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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Priory Group.

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43 English questions out of 43

23 October 2020

Does Priory Group offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Very rewarding when patients recover, I've come from community services and a real positive about this role is the time you have with the patients.

Cons

low pay for health workers.

low pay for health workers.

23 October 2020

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10 September 2020

Does Priory Group offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

Additional pay for unsociable hours, bank holidays and weekends. Supportive of staff and give access to services, like counselling and other optional benefits. Rewarding work, opportunities for training and good experience. Good annual leave entitlement (6 weeks)

Cons

No bonuses or pay rises for years of service. Under staffing on some units creating stressful work to meet patient needs. Lack of progression opportunities without formal higher education. Risk working with aggressive people with no compensation for injury.

Advice to Management

Reward years of service with pay rises. Increase staffing levels where units have shown a need for this.

Supportive of staff and give access to services, like counselling and other optional benefits.

10 September 2020

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10 January 2020

Does Priory Group offer vision insurance?

Pros

Working as part of a well balanced fun and supportive team who are always there to advise and guide you whenever you need them. Helping Young Persons to constantly realise that they are an important part of the world and guide them to strive to reach their potential. As much free tea and coffee as you want helps to he he.

Cons

I have not found any to speak of.

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work !!!

As much free tea and coffee as you want helps to he he.

10 January 2020

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19 October 2020

Does Priory Group offer healthcare cash plans?

Pros

Mental health is a vocational career so you encounter lots of empathetic people who want to improve the life's of its patients.

Cons

Mental health is an opportunistic industry so you encounter a lot of people who want to improve the size of their profits at the expense of the lives of their patients (customers)

Advice to Management

Value your HCAs. Your turnover is so high because you don't pay them enough. The job they do is often thankless. Pay them. Ensure they have enough breaks. Ensure they don't aren't forced to do overime just to survice. I do hope things have improved.

Mental health is an opportunistic industry so you encounter a lot of people who want to improve the size of their profits at the expense of the lives of their patients (customers)

19 October 2020

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28 January 2020

Does Priory Group offer housing assistance?

Pros

Long breaks Food provided Some nice staff

Cons

Bad pay Not organised Little training

Food provided

28 January 2020

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