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6 Mencap employees have compared their jobs on Breakroom. Find out what they say about pay, hours, shifts and more.

  • 3.4/10

    Support worker

    • £23,000 per year, working a 38 hour week
    • 25 or older
    • Less than a year experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Have had opportunities to progress
    2. Unsafe workplace
    3. Hard to change shifts
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    July 2020
  • 5.8/10

    Support worker

    • £18,000 per year, working a 38 hour week
    • 25 or older
    • More than 3 years experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Safe workplace
    2. Doesn’t recommend their team
    3. Don’t get proper breaks

    Best thing

    Doing my job

    Worst thing

    Lazy people manager not sorting out problems

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    May 2020
  • 2.3/10

    Support worker

    • £14,000 per year, working a 37 hour week
    • 25 or older
    • More than 3 years experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Don’t get proper breaks
    2. Haven’t had any opportunities to progress
    3. Stressed
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    April 2020
  • 4.9/10

    Support Worker

    • £8.72 per hour
    • 25 or older
    • More than 3 years experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Not working lots of extra hours
    2. Three weeks notice of their shifts
    3. Doesn’t recommend their team
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    April 2020
  • 9.3/10

    Inclusion consultant

    • £8.33 per hour
    • 55–64 years old
    • 1–3 years experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Not working lots of extra hours
    2. Easy to take holidays
    3. Treated with respect

    Best thing

    Meeting new people and making new friends

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    February 2020
  • 1.0/10

    Support worker

    • £16,300 per year, working a 38 hour week
    • 21–24 years old
    • Less than a year experience

    What they say about their job

    1. Not enough training
    2. Stressed
    3. Hard to change shifts

    Best thing

    Rewarding

    Worst thing

    Hours and shifts

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    December 2019