Trinity Village Care Centre
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Trinity Village Care Centre Employee Review

Serious workplace

5.0
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14 March 2017
All done to satisfy their clients, their families and us, their employees. Union was actively involved and very helpful. Management was attentive and considerate.
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Strong sense of community
Cons
Workload, discipline process, being bullied by HR department, poor morale
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