Allied Healthcare – Thatcham, England
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I worked at Allied Healthcare International full-time (More than a year)
Could be a great company if everyone worked to the same principle that the service user is a priority, if everyone worked as a team for the same end result and didn't have to constantly fight with management to get them to provide the care and respect that service users deserve.
Poor, lazy and weak management at local level. I worked almost every shift because other team members and managers "left their cars at home" deliberately almost every day so they could only work 9-5. I ended up almost working my way into an early grave (weeks without a day off and on most days I was working from 6am till 10pm and up to 20 miles away from my home).
Advice to Management
Look after the staff that care because these are the ones that will bring success. Those in it for themselves and for an easy or lazy ride will end up losing you contracts and causing decent staff and carers to leave. It's only a matter of time before someone takes you to a tribunal or reports you to the care commission. Provide the service that users deserve, respect them as human beings not just a another fee in the pot. There's plenty of competition out there that can provide the service and be better at it.