Sugarman Medical Employee Reviews
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Once job is finished it takes a lot of begging for onther placement or they totally ignore you. Very bad
Once my client was finished with me. I had excellent feedback I struggled themto find me work. They simply said we have none I felt used and was not a professional approach by them.
I have been with Sugarman for a full year now and enjoy every minute with them. I have a great team I work with. The managers and staff members are absolutely amazing. They give you the option of how many hours you would like to work and send you for a meet and greet with potential clients to give you a feel for the job. Full training is always given online and in house. If you have trouble they always here to support you in any aspect off it. Through covid they have been an amazing support for myself and understood issues and concerns raised and solved them in no time. You always get notifications to renew your training and reminders about things they offer such as NVQ advancement. I had next to no experience in complex care before Sugarman but I received great training from the clinical nurse who is an absolute star and went from strength to strength. I hope I can stay with Sugarman till I retire.
Free training. Flexible hours
The management are good and friendly. but there are no career prospects in the job. Good place to work, but sometimes not enough jobs. Enjoyable but low rate .
Awful Company, unprofessional staff, never paid on time let me without money right before Christmas, I said many times to the so called consultant that I can only work nights he keep sending me day shifts even now at half 9 pm sent me a text can you work in half hour then called me!!! I let go another agency because I was promised plenty of work shame on you wait you dont have any that is why you keep doing it, I wrote a letter of complaint to the head office in London still waiting for an answer, stay away people!!
Office staff very friendly and helpful. Good rate of pay. Responsive to any problems or concerns. Only bad thing (but you have it with most home care agencies) if your client goes into hospital you might not get enough hours.
Good pay, supportive and friendly, a single place of work
Zero hour contract
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The staff working at the offices are awful to try to talk to always laughing and joking away in the background while you’re trying your best to get more than one shift that week! Training was a joke Half their clients are clients that no one else will take because the clients are either abusive towards carers or the staff at the homes are awful
Sugarman Health and Wellbeing Poole have a professional and friendly office. Their staff are supportive and I feel valued as a team member. I have recommended friends to come and work here. They have competitive pay rates, free training and a refer a friend scheme. I really like their ethos and values as they are the same as mine. Recruitment took a little while as they were matching me up with the right client. But I really like working for them.
When I started sugarman I was always getting shifts they was very fair in distribution of hours and the pay was fairly good too some shifts offering higher hourly rate. The staff at sugarman are a good group and the manger is also fair and does know most of the staff there. I will always recommend sugarman to friends and family who say they need a flexible job and good pay, thanks for having me and if I ever need a flexible role again I will definitely come back.
Working with sugarman Health and Wellbeing was an experience worthwhile. This improved my people skills and gained some work experience which I can use in other disciplines. Nevertheless, it could have been more helpful If the hourly wages where increased to help meet up with the cost of living expenses in London.