Daughters of Charity Irish Province Employee Reviews

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Part time
Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Dublin4 October 2018
I worked here part time while also working somewhere else.
Early mornings and afternoon school runs.
Long break in between.

Enjoyed meeting all of the lovely children and families.
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2.0
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Not for ataff unless your a manager
Health Care Assistant (Current Employee) –  Dublin18 February 2018
Not a conductive place for harmonious work with other staff . Not a place if you have a family or want one of is held against you. Staff get treated not great especially if you have on opinion . If I knew then what I know now wouldn't have left old job . Benefits are good pay is decent
Pros
Pay and annual leave
Cons
Athmosphere, Work load, Not being valued as a memver of staff, not being treated lile so, Rosters change when it suits management amd without choice of staff
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4.0
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great opportunity for those entering the industry
Domestic and Gender Based Violence worker (Current Employee) –  North Dublin, County Dublin16 January 2018
supportive staff teams
great opportunity to learn
great training and advancement opportunities
deputy managers are not well skilled or trained though.
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4.0
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Nice place to work
Clinical Nurse Manager 1 (Current Employee) –  Limerick22 August 2017
The Daughters of Charity is a wonderful place to work, with great standards of care for all residents. Good support from management and colleagues. The biggest downside for me is the shift work, which isn't conducive to family life.
Pros
Being part of an organisation with high standards of care
Cons
Shift work isn't family friendly
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3.0
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Friendly staff and great improvement
Special Needs Volunteer (Current Employee) –  Blanchardstown, County Dublin2 November 2016
The staff are friendly and the service users are also very easy to talk to . The service user I have been helping has improved tremendously with their communication skills since we started .
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3.0
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Top Class Managment
Health Care Assistant (Current Employee) –  Limerick30 April 2016
Manager is everything in a work place. If you have a good manager then people will move mountains for a manager. Most days are good at work, but you must always be prepared for the unexpected. Your learning about yourself, your boundaries, challenges, etc. Your also learning from the people you work with and the people you provide a service for also. Its nice to counteract bad situations with a bit of reversed physiology by turning it into a funny humorous joke ect. The hardest part of my job is the mental strain or the injuries you can pick up on a daily, weekly or unpredictable timing of physical or mental injuries you can get from the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is when a service user comes to us not knowing anything, they are trained over a 4 year period how to be integrated into community and when they graduate to see the sheer delight in their faces that they have achieved their program, and they are now graduating and receiving certificates and also celebrating this momentous occasion.
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3.0
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not very supportive of staff
home Manager (Current Employee) –  thurles3 March 2015
this could be a nice company if everything wasn't continuously changing on a weekly basis and protocol wasn't without staff receiving support from senior management, unsure and unsettled
Pros
none
Cons
everyone covering their own back
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4.0
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a happy and pleasant working enviroment with modern equipment and cooking methods
chef (Current Employee) –  Limerick, LK28 March 2014
it was by far my longest employer which reflects the stable and pleasant working enviroment
it is impossible to find any negative aspects of my time here
Pros
sociable working hours, pleasant staff
Cons
none
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3.0
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great experience,
social care worker (Current Employee) –  thurles27 August 2012
great place to start off

residential setting

working with six service users with varying disabilities

look after all needs of service user,especially premoting advocacy in there lives and encouraging them to have as much independence and say in there lives
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