Barchester Healthcare Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Barchester Healthcare employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Barchester Healthcare has a diversity rating of 3.

All answers shown come directly from Barchester Healthcare Reviews and are not edited or altered.

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2 English questions out of 2

10 June 2020

Does there seem to be diversity at Barchester Healthcare?

Pros

• Extra hours paid • Paid breaks* • Long shifts if that's what you're into

Cons

• Management is a problem there, they don't care about anything else than money • Bullying culture • Family company owned and ruled by relatives and friends therefore inferior conditions if you're not related • Rules and policies that are for some people • Management harassing and bullying staff • Understaffed, working with minimum numbers "because of law" while pressing the staff to their limits • Rude, patronising and very unprofessional staff, from management to nurses • Racist and discriminatory actions, "if your face fits" culture • Targeting people • *Breaks are paid because is unlikely you can take them with the amount of work they push into the staff • Shortage in materials • Ridiculous PPE and rules • Patients treated like children

Advice to Management

Management are bullies

• Racist and discriminatory actions, "if your face fits" culture

10 June 2020

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10 June 2020

How is race or ethnicity talked about at Barchester Healthcare?

Pros

• Extra hours paid • Paid breaks* • Long shifts if that's what you're into

Cons

• Management is a problem there, they don't care about anything else than money • Bullying culture • Family company owned and ruled by relatives and friends therefore inferior conditions if you're not related • Rules and policies that are for some people • Management harassing and bullying staff • Understaffed, working with minimum numbers "because of law" while pressing the staff to their limits • Rude, patronising and very unprofessional staff, from management to nurses • Racist and discriminatory actions, "if your face fits" culture • Targeting people • *Breaks are paid because is unlikely you can take them with the amount of work they push into the staff • Shortage in materials • Ridiculous PPE and rules • Patients treated like children

Advice to Management

Management are bullies

• Racist and discriminatory actions, "if your face fits" culture

10 June 2020

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