Manager in Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire
Great place to work
Have worked for Sue Ryder now for just over 3 years and absolutely love it.Staff and volunteers are amazing people to work withSenior management very supporting and informative. No 2 days are the same as always something to do Feel valued which says alot and it is a fabulous cause Would highly recommend working for this company either paid or voluntarily .
Store Assistant (Part-time) in Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire
Great place to work.
Productive and enjoyable place to work. Very relaxed. No pressure or worries. Plenty of tea and coffee. Always having a laugh but also getting the work done to a good standard. We were always ready to help each other.
Senior Care Assistant in Hitchin
Busy work place
I’ve worked for sue Ryder for 20 yrs I enjoy every minute of it the staff on days are team players but on night they are not they are very relaxed to compare to day shifts they are more buzzer more team work then nights I did my nvq2 /3 in health and social care and also a palliative care course level 2 while I was working there all training is free if you want to improve your career then you need to let them know some times they get offered courses come up and offer them to people who are interested great place to work for me but we are all different you will be best to try it out for your self it’s a place you eather like what you are doing or you don’t if you don’t then you want stay the care there is exstreamly good residents come first to management and staff
Clothes Sorter in Wallingford, Oxfordshire
Aweful! Very poor!
Not very friendly people associated. Only a few people I found okay the rest childish connected to personal agendas to ruin lives of people with mental health issues.
Van Driver/Warehouse Operative in East Midlands
Terrible work place
Unsupported, left to your own ,blame culture, only brown nose keep job. Area manager has there favourites shop managers ,regions manager ignores the situation .