Manager in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Supportive family business. Great place to work. I've worked with the team on and off for more than ten years - I even left and came back as I missed them so much. Standards are high and we are expected to work hard, but that creates a motivated team spirit - we all just want to do out best.
Receptionist in Welsh Bridge Shrewsbury & Radbrook Nursing Home
A Very Inclusive and Enjoyable Workplace Environment!I am a receptionist for Morris and Co Ltd and have worked for them since 2020 on a part time/ ad hoc basis. I work at the headquarters in Welsh Bridge and also in a number of their Care Homes in Shrewsbury. The company ethos is very inclusive, in depth training is given to all members of staff and more importantly all staff are continuously assessed to ensure that they are performing to a high standard which is very important in the private Care Sector. Staff are encouraged to achieve their best and achievement is recognised in the form of merit awards and promotions within the group.The Management teams are friendly and approachable and I would recommend the working environment to anyone.
Regional Sales Manager in East of England
Treat staff awful Regimental and such an outdated company. Treat staff like dirt and no respect. Very clicky company , will not take advice from people with knowledge.
Care Assistant in Oldbury grange nursing home
At the time of working for Morris Care, I honestly couldnt say anything that impressed me much. Poor place to work, can't keep staff and have a high turn over, Morris traat their staff badly. They, themselves need to work on interviews and need to make sure there are better working conditions, I was treated very badly, undermined by management and found there to be little or no support. At the time I had finished college with a level 3 in health and they wouldnt pay me, so I sort to find out a level 2 in care equivalent, which they wouldn't pay either in case we left, no ability to move up or educate their staff. A lot of rota changes without notifying staff and then blaming staff members, resulting in taking photos of the rota as proof. Under staffed a lot, very clicky place, ensuring that people who are in the click have more time on breaks and lighter pick of the work.
Senior Care Assistant in Wellington, Shropshire
Productive and fast paced From the first interviewing stage I think it was very welcoming and the training and induction process was very good and once in the job as long as you are a caring, compassionate and empathetic carer you will continue to progress if you should wish to do so