United Response
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About the company

  • CEO
    Tim Cooper
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
  • Industry
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Support Worker
£8.95 per hour
Registered Manager
£29,996 per year
Service Manager
£27,098 per year
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Senior Support Worker in North Tyneside
on 15 February 2021
Lack of consideration for staff from management
Rewarding work but the management and salary are poor. Demoted a staff member for being due to go on maternity leave. They also don’t pay any extra on Christmas Day or New Year’s Day. Leave staff alone with high risk service users and blame the staff if they are injured for ‘not following care plan properly’.
Support worker in North Somerset, Somerset
on 11 March 2021
Would NOT recommend!
Worst company I’ve ever worked for. NOrth Somerset management are so unsupportive and disrespectful. I’ve never met such bad management in my life, I was also never paid correctly.
SUPPORT WORKER in Darlington
on 1 March 2021
Very nice company to work for
My time at united response was a pleasure to go to work. Staff and management were very nice. Residents were a pleasure to look after, learned me a lot in the short time I worked there. Reason for leaving, needed to be closer to home due to fathers illness.
support worker in Chesterfield
on 24 February 2021
Poor company
Poor wages, often paid incorrectly and have to wait for another month( if your lucky) to have it amended, and it happens regularly! No extra pay for weekend/ night shift.. used to have an extra weeks pay in December and united response have even stopped that! Most management staff are inexperienced and very cliquish, if ‘ your face fits’ your ok. Overall I would avoid this company.
Support Worker in Skelmersdale
on 11 February 2021
Not the best
Managerial values higher up was really bad. They pulled services in Lancashire because of it. My line manager was very supportive tho. We all lost our jobs through closure. The residents were treated appallingly during transition period.
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Process takes about a day or two

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Because I like to work with people disabled

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