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22 days ago

Chef - 2nd Chef – Apply on Glassdoor

Barchester Healthcare Guildford, England

As a 2nd Chef with Barchester you will support, and deputise for the Head Chef in ensuring that all food not only looks and tastes delicious but also… Barchester Healthcare

30+ days ago

Care Home General Manager

Barchester Healthcare Stanwell, England

As a Barchester Manager you will be given the opportunity to run your care home as a business and put your stamp on all aspects of its operation. You… Barchester Healthcare

15 days ago

Administrator - Finance – Apply on Glassdoor

Barchester Healthcare Weyhill, England

This is a role that is central to the lives of the people we support and their families, so good people skills are essential alongside strong… Barchester Healthcare

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Barchester Healthcare CEO Pete Calveley
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  • Barchester expects a lot but gives little

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    Current Employee - Care Assistant
    Current Employee - Care Assistant
    Doesn't Recommend

    I have been working at Barchester Healthcare full-time (Less than a year)


    I enjoy my job as carer and the team I work with are dedicated and hard working. We are supported by the head nurses. Training is on going but mainly for legal reasons I feel. We are carers because we care not for our hourly rate which is low.


    There is a distinct lack of communication between management and care staff. Leaving staff feeling very under valued. We are expected to run on limited staff due to client carer ratio. Rightly or wrongly I think care comes before huge profits. No perks for carers, would be nice to have a free lunch on long shifts.

    Advice to Management

    Treat us with respect then you gain respect. Don't try to make changes without consulting the people you rely on. Hold a meeting to explain your reasons, we might surprise you and agree. Threatening us with no shifts if we don't get things done is not my idea of good working relationships. it causes a divide between management and the people who care for our residents. Many residents pay a lot of money and expect quality care which we try our utmost to provide, so, support by management is a crucial aspect of care.

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