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Unprofessional, staff across the board are on power trips. Lack of team work. Lots of chinese whispering. Unwritten rule of a hierarchy. Cant trust management. Hr are full of empty promises. No progression, A lot of unnecessary stress. Wages do not meet enough for demands of the Job.
Long hours, stress, few breaks
Management aren't trust worthy, all nice one minute talking about you the next. Pay isnt great for the pressure put on you. Promises the sun moon and stars and in the end its nothing. I would not recommend working here if you want a stress free life.
I worked there for 2 years. In the beginning the job was ok, people were nice, however after awhile it started getting very strange atmosphere to work. Poor management, lack of leadership, no communication at all which makes your stress level up high.
Worked her for a period of time and was sick of the us against the management attitude of the staff . If I heard this is was this place is like once more . Tbh the culture of staff isn’t right in CareChoice it’s a place that when you wake up in the morning is dread knowing your heading into a unhappy unhealthy work place . The management need to work harder on staff morale much harder .
Assist patients with personal hygiene, meals, activities, promoting medicine. Assist patients with escorts to hospital, dentists, chiropody. Management weren't approachable. Workplace culture is grand on the ground floor and 1st floor but AVOID second floor. Very negative, reporting one another.
Long hours, management
well disciplined management excellent hiqa reports highly experienced and efficient nurse managers best place for a beginner to shape your career. the hardest part is leaving this company for your personal reasons
This nursing home, although it is comfortable and well placed does not place enough concern to clients needs, there is not enough staff and no time to actually talk to the residents, often they are left waiting for periods of time for there toiletting and other requirements.sometimes all an elderly person wants is somebody to sit down and have a chat with them and because there is not enough staff, you do not have the time to do this.The most enjoyable part of the job is the residents themselves, getting to know them and generally knowing what you do is worthwhile.The hardest part of the job is the hours i.e. 12 hour shifts and trying to get every job done with the lack of staff.
interactivity with residents
long hours, have to pay for lunch, staff on a pay freeze with the last 3 years