Worcestershire County Council Careers and Employment
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue£25m to £100m
- IndustryNursing & Residential Care Facilities
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Residential Support Worker in Worcester
on 14 September 2020
Worcestershire County Council as a whole is very supportive to their employees and training is readily available. Lots of support for employeesWorcestershire County Council up until recently has been a great company to work for. Lots of training available and support. Recently it has a new company under its umbrella which has changed my view of them and don’t feel that they value their employees anymore.
Anon in Worcestershire
on 7 July 2021
Poorly managedI was left to work out my induction myself, no training plan. No time allotted for training so still expected to complete daily tasks and training in the same time period. No building fire safety induction carried out. Staff have a telltale culture and if your face doesn't fit, you're completely unable to succeed. Management clueless, no support from them. Cannot recommend at all. Everything is outsourced so you have no way of being able to sort out issues in any decent timescale.
Lunchtime Supervisor in Elmley Castle
on 16 April 2021
Very rewarding & supportive workplaceGreat place to work, very supportive of staff. You feel like you have total job security and are very valued. Although the salary is low you are paid all year round including the school holidays so that is a bonus!
Child Support Assistant in Kidderminster
on 12 March 2021
Lovely workplaceI worked at St Catherine's Primary for several years.Lovely place to work, such friendly pupils and staff, extremely well organised. Was made feel welcome from the very first day.
Manager in Remote
on 12 November 2020
Horrible AtmosphereCOVID-19 seems to be an excuse for discriminatory practices at WCC and leadership in some areas of the business seem to think they are above the routine application of good management practices. I've worked here for a number of years and following my experiences during the school closures I have a bitter taste in my mouth that will last for years - my previous loyalty and hard work seem to count for very little. Oh and no sick pay for the first three days of sickness...they wont tell you that at interview.
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