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Geneva Healthcare Employee Review

Always plenty of shifts available

3.0
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31 January 2018
Sometimes given wrong information eg number of clients living in a house, types of behaviour, number of staff but this is probably due to details not being updated regularly by the client to Geneva. On a number of occasions I was put in physical danger due to staff shortages and clients being dangerous in their 'challenging behaviour' which was not adequately portrayed when booking shifts and I sustained physical injury from clients requiring medical treatment e.g chiropractic treatment, physiotherapy.
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2.0Work/Life Balance
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4.0Job Security/Advancement
3.0Management
3.0Culture
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Always plenty of shifts
Cons
Lack of information
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  1. Always plenty of shifts available