Why does Derbyshire County Council get a rating of 6.6?
Based on 65 job reviews, employees tell us the following about Derbyshire County Council
- Easy to take sick leave
- Good for parents
- No short notice shift changes
- People are paid enough
- People get sick pay
- Easy to book holiday
- Easy to change shifts
- Enough training
- People are paid market rates
- People recommend their team
- Managers are respectful
- No unpaid extra work
- Well informed about head office
- Hard to choose shifts
- People feel stressed
- Breaks aren’t paid
- No career progression
- People don’t get proper breaks
- Less than 4 weeks notice of shifts
- Head office doesn’t understand the frontline
Based on 65 job reviews
Derbyshire County Council is a local authority. They oversee local services.
£9.15–10.75 per hour
£8.43–11.80 per hour
£12.36–22.30 per hour
Handy to know
How much notice do people get of their shifts?
Based on 44 employees
What contracts are people on?
Based on 38 employees
How often do people get paid?
Based on 63 employees
How are people paid?
Based on 65 employees
Featured Derbyshire County Council job reviews
The pay is good, and the hours too. Dont work every weekend.
Boss is lovely and approachable
Some good members of the team
Not always enough staff, or some not pulling their weight.
Higher management dont interact with us when they visit, and dont want to hear about any problems or ideas we may have.
Catering assistant, February 2021
The team and children I work with
Lack of respect from some parents and the media
Teaching assistant, March 2021
Children and family positive outcomes
Case loads can be too high
Social care worker, November 2020
Team work x
Feel carers are undervalued xx
Care assistant, November 2020