Support Worker in West Yorkshire
Mmm not sure yet
Started off to be a good start then after 4 weeks just went down hill never walked out of a placement in my life was so upsetting, This as really affected my confidence but life still goes on you don't get much sleep through the night when doing a 24 hour shift management I thought was good until a telephone conversation I had
Support Worker in Ash Vale
Do not work for this company
Terrible company to work for they just fire you for no reason, i got covid and was let go plus management never return your calls didnt get paid properly
Support Worker in Walsall, West Midlands
Great company to work for
Management listen and respond. They are fair, honest and professional. Staff and clients are both treated fairly. Training and support ongoing. Rate of pay good.
Great company to work for for a while
Not enough consideration to staff or client. Started really well but then became business over care. I felt important initially but was only temporary
1-1 TBI Support Worker in Market Drayton
Recognise and reward talent / hard work.
This company looked beyond my low experience on paper and were genuinely interested in knowing about me as an individual in the screening process. Management go the extra mile in recognising good work as well as potential - providing opportunities for employees to acquire universal qualifications such as NVQs. The nature of the job entails matching staff with client based on several factors that all three parties (client, employee and case management) reach the consensus that the pairing will be suitable.From what I know, most posts entail working 1-1 with a client a few days a week with options to increase the hours, days and or clients depending on work track, opportunity and compatibility. Often as the only staff member with the client during shift, you have more responsibilities than a standard care position but also more reward. Each day you submit a daily record which allows for lots of detail, which should also improve your writing skills and develop your ability to be more vigilant of both issues and improvements you have observed of the client. However, you also have the opportunity to join the client(s) in a diverse, enjoyable set of activities almost every shift. So far, for me, these have included golf; bowling; go carting. Driving and business insurance will almost always be required, so if you are not a confident driver and are not willing to make substantial commutes to your clients each shift, this position may not be for you.With plenty of room for career development, detailed and constructive feedback from your peers, and a competitive pay rate, this company has a lot to offer to experienced and or individuals they believe to have potential, which they provide you the opportunity to demonstrate before discarding your application based on prior experience like many other posts.