Special Needs Care LTD
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    Nursing & Residential Care Facilities
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Support Worker in Chester, Cheshire
on 18 November 2021
Good career I hadn't considered previously
I have enjoyed my time at SNC. It wasn't something i knew much about or what it involved when i got the job there but after some time working for the company I have been able to do lots of training and am now doing q qualification and hoping to progress and have a career doing this.It can't be a hard job and stressful at times especially when you have behaviour but so much fun and nice to see progression of service users over time and being able to te h them things especially with help from active support staff. Because you work so closely with other staff and work at weekends and shifts it feels like family and the team in my service are more friends now than colleagues.The pay is better then most care jobs round here and the overtime pay is good now. It's hard to say no to shift cover when asked sometimes as you know the service users will benefit and you do get asked a lot to cover but otherwise the shifts are pretty flexible and have fitted around my other stuff easily. It's quite a big company now so you don't know everyone anymore but it's good as there seems more opportunities to get promoted.
Support Worker in Chester, Cheshire
on 1 August 2021
Dont do it
Having worked for this company its not the best. Management let's the company down massively some shouldn't even be classed as a manager nor should they even be anywhere near care, no compassion or commitment just there as ceo won't sack them. Company would be better if the registered manager could get rid of this management click and bring in outside managers who actually care. Long days Most of the time 14hour shifts and doing multiple days of 14hours which leads to tired staff and then on well earned rest days you get phone call after phone call to come in. You get moved from around the company all the time sometimes moving to 3 different houses in one day. No home life balance. Now you told your either going to avoid or see for your self
Support Worker in Chester, Cheshire
on 17 November 2020
Great company with amazing people.
Working for Special Needs Care has been amazing. I've been made to feel so welcome and have loved every minute of my time with them. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to work with a growing business that really value people.
Support Worker in Chester
on 11 November 2020
Disorganised, rude, disrespectful and judgmental
I only worked for the company for a short period of time. I left the job due to the managers not being supportive with my mental health and previous commitments I had before working for the company. The people we support were amazing and like any day in work you have your ups and downs. On the other hand, trying to do your best in work doesn't help when you have the managers constantly ringing or texting you to pick up shifts, stay longer, being moved etc. They don't care how they treat their staff and how their staff feel. Even though I am no longer working for the company, the company have gotten worse. Due to only caring about getting the shifts covered and the company getting the money they receive from the council. The Managers do not care about the people we support in the company. They are more than happy to have them go without their 1:1 support, having the daily routines messed up, put staff who don't know the house in there and move the staff they people we support trust and know.The managers only care about themselves and the other managers. They rather finish on time each day rather than going to the houses if the company are short staffed. The managers are very rude and disrespectful. Most managers have judged me and my mental health. Some managers have made me cry due to a meeting about my mental health and made me feel like I was worthless. They do understand or acknowledge how you feel.There are so many secrets within the company that really ain't secrets and most staff know what goes on in the company. Mainly due to the way the managers act both inside work hours and outside of work hours.
Support Worker in Chester, Cheshire
on 6 September 2020
Fun work with flexible hours
I left snc a few years ago to return back to my country but during my time at snc I had a great enjoyable time.I worked in a number of locations and gained lots of experience. At times it was hard as was doing long hours but this was my own choice and if I did too many hours my manager would support me to have a better work and home life balance.My biggest shock was the company is solely paper based as this is uncommon in other places in the UK and back at home.Snc appeared to be a good place for opportunity if you wished to progress but also good experience too if you wanted to gain more knowledge on health and social care.

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