OPTIMUM CARE Careers and Employment
Care Assistant in Belfast
on 29 November 2016
No respectStaff are over worked due to staff shortage, on your days off you get alot of phone calls asking you to work, attitude of management is very poor and they arent flexible with staff who have children. Management arent very nice and have no repsect for their staff.
Care Assistant in East London
on 23 June 2021
Productive people who love what they doIt’s not just a care agency it’s a family clients included! Everyone has a great sense of team work and love what they do and do it sooo perfectly… Manager is super understanding and involved always ready to get his hands dirty
Care Worker in Ballymoney
on 5 February 2021
Wouldn’t recommend this companyWorst company I’ve worked for, the office do nothing for you and expect you to do everything for them. They are rude and Unapproachable. And gossip around the office about your personal life.
Community Care Worker in Newtownards
on 2 November 2020
Don't have your backDon't care about employees mental health. Don't listen to staff concerns or try to work with them. Very much do as I say not as I do. Not consistent with staff policies
Community Care Worker in Cushendall
on 13 September 2019
Awful managementHeartless company Don’t care about the well-being of the service users and staff all about making money for them Staff treated like dirt at all times
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