Turning Point
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Turning Point Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1964
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Healthcare

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 296 reviews and is evolving.
4.0020172.4320202.272021

Reviews

Support Worker in Peterborough
on 16 May 2021
Management is a huge letdown
Been working for almost 2years the management is very poor and don’t support with training.The n management is unreliable.They hire their friends and relatives and favours them when it comes to duties.Treats them like kings and queens.Awful company to work for.No confidentiality they discuss your private matters with everyone.The stres of working for this company is beyond me.
Recovery Worker/Outreach in Chatham, Kent
on 1 June 2021
Terrible place to work for
Would never work there again. No work life balance. Management were not supportive at all. No proper training was given. Too many case loads for one person to deal with.
Support Worker in Stafford, Staffordshire
on 17 May 2021
Don't work for them.
They don't pay hours worked, overtime expected without being asked rota's changed without notice. 14 hour shifts without breaks. Lousy mangement at all levels who play favourites. Quite soul destroying.
Support Worker in London
on 2 April 2021
Amazing management and team.
Management and team are amazing, this makes the job less stressful as you feel supported in a number of ways. The work hours are flexible and again management take the staffs thoughts and feelings into consideration, diverse team all very helpful, reliable and with great work ethic, there is room to grow within the role and opportunities to train and work your way up the ladder however, I believe that the pay for support workers could be reconsidered and increased to match the intensity of the role.
Administrator in Taunton, Somerset
on 27 March 2021
Management poor. Training poor.
Understaffed, terrible pay for the amount you do. Be expected to be able to drop all of your work with no notice. Rude management who can’t be bothered to train staff properly, no organisation, expected to run three clinics on your own sometimes. This place takes a toll on your mental health

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Interview insights

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

They will employ just about anyone so if you can get an interview chances are you will get the job. You just need to pass the DBS check and have two references.

Shared on 7 September 2018

It's a fairly generic interview, asking questions around person centred care, cqc, 'what would you do if...' scenarios, and obviously flexibility. Be sure to check whether the service you are applying for has a lot of lone working and whether the service requires sleep ins or waking nights. Basically if you can't answer some of the questions and have worked in care, then the job probably isn't for you. If you've never worked in care before showing passion towards enabling independence and person centred care will work in your favour, and it will help if you do your research into some policies such as the mental health act, health and safety, and cqc - who are they and what do they do for care services. Know all that and you should be fine!

Shared on 7 September 2018

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