Aspens Charities
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  • CEO
    Robert Shanahan
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Rating is calculated based on 21 reviews and is evolving.


Support Worker in St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex
on 6 January 2021
laid back job. Easy to get into
The service users do not come first . The head office staff are clicky and fake .lots going on behind the scenes.Staff are stressed ...............................................................................
Support Worker in Pembury, Kent
on 30 August 2021
Worse company you can ever work for !
Very disappointed with the Management - HR , everyone is extremely rude no help whatsoever. Service users have no rights in that place , they only do what is suitable for the management or staff, service users are not coming first at all ! During pandemic no one ask how they are , if they have what to eat or not , no one cared , there was weeks where they didn’t have money to buy milk and bread … staff always work so hard in fact they overworked , always stressed as is shortage of staff .Management don’t even want to hear when you have something to say related to work . They have their favourites…. Always negativity and gossips
Waking Night Support Worker in Battle, East Sussex
on 12 July 2021
Do not work for this company
Very unfair, management and HR only care about money. Workers are stressed and have no help. All over worked whilst HR stick there noses in things they have absolutely no clue about as they don’t know the service users or their staff. Any incidents are pinned on staff. HR are all clicky and friends. Concerns are raised but brushed under the carpet. Terrible company. Your job is never stable here.
Support Worker in Hastings, East Sussex
on 12 July 2021
Current support worker
Had to deal with very poor staffing levels with no support. Long hours followed by night shifts as no staff back up. Head office team is very clicky. The team really care shame about the management.
Senior Support Worker in Kent
on 11 April 2021
One of the best places I have ever worked
Aspens is a really caring environment and the staff are more like family then collegues. You get to meet some great people from all walks of life. And they give you so many opportunities to progress with plenty of training. They recognise those who work hard and go above and beyond.

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