The Agincare Group
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How are the working hours at The Agincare Group?

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  • 13 November 2018

    Social care is a sector that never sleeps. Poeple require care 24/7 365 days a year. Becuase of this we must ensure that we provide our clients with the care they need. The hours therefore vary depending on the care our clients need. Of course our staff do have a choice and preference on the hours they wish to work, and in most cases we will be able to accommodate this, however there are times when we do ask and expect our staff to be flexible at those times of year when care becomes challenging. Luckily we have wonderful staff that are usually more than happy to help. If your hours are not right for you, please always speak to your manager.

  • Always plenty of hours

  • The hours at agin care are 24/7 with only 2 hours break per day.

  • They work well around your availability

  • I had a 30hr contract but sometimes there 50hrs because of the gaps between service users as you only get paid per call

  • Good but not enough hours and to less money.

  • Awful hours. Could be out for 7 hours and only be paid for 4 depending on how many calls you have. No travel time between calls allocated either. Staff put under pressure on weekends as they don’t hire enough weekend staff.

  • Not great. You can be working from 7am to 7pm and only be paid for 5 hours depending on how many calls you have. There also isn’t enough travel time provided so often end up running very late for calls

  • The hours are for the most awful hours I have ever been subjected to in my life!

  • Very long work 18 hours get paid for 11 if you lucky

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