C-Change Scotland
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C-Change Scotland Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 19 reviews and is evolving.

4.0020173.0020182.0020193.8620202.332021

Reviews

Personal Development Worker in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 24 February 2021
Okay
Management don't take teaming issues seriously. You report something and they don't listen or gets dealt with appropriately.Your constantly contacted when off. Even annual leave. No support for struggling teams. If they stopped expanding and focussed of struggling teams they would have high turn around. Love the man I support but too many team dramas to contemplate staying which is a shame. Love the concept of date'n'mates. So many positive points to be made on their work.
Personal Development Worker in West Lothian
on 5 October 2021
Inept management with no communication skills
Bad management no.communication skills they manage by having spies/ gossips in every camp and any communication is like a state secret no.empathy with staff and no concern when the staff are at breaking point just try and bully you into doing extra shifts regardless of how tired and stressed out you are constant high turnover in staff and mainly manned by agency workers who are just there for the money and not what the job is avoid applying with them not good for your health or sanity.
Personal Development Worker in Falkirk
on 18 April 2021
Lack of mental health understanding
Managed out for poor mental health (during a pandemic).Enjoyed my job. Good balance. Good staff. Manager was really kind. Until my mental health wavered. Went through a humiliating OH referral only to lose my job.Really left me traumatised due to the encouragement to be honest and lack of attempt to understand.Care company, didn't care.
Area Finance and Business Administrator in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 24 November 2020
Fast paced, friendly environment
Working in the office in support of front line colleagues no two days are the same. I work with a small, friendly and hard working group of people supporting our colleagues on the front line. This can be a fast paced, busy environment but the team of people I work with are second to none. Opportunities to grow and develop are there you need to grab them with both hands.
Personal Development Worker in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 19 November 2020
Recognises potential
A very supportive company that recognises the potential you have and assists you in career advancement. Management are supportive and forward thinkers, they provide peer support meetings for the employees to have an opportunity to grow ideas, seek support from other colleagues and most importantly to share in each others joy at the work they do.The hardest part of the job is saying goodbye when you've assisted a person you work for in their personal development that they no longer require you which is the ultimate accolade,The most enjoyable part is walking along side someone on their journey of personal development and developing your own skills in the process.

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