Communications Officer in London, Greater London
Catch22 Head Office
At Catch22, the people make the job. There is such a diverse group of people who all get along really well and thrive on collaboration.
The only downside of Catch22 is that it is a HUGE charity but sometimes feels like it operates like a small business with lack of staff in centralized functions such as recruitment, business development and communications across the 123 services.
Through The Gate Administrator in HMP Guys Marsh
Terrible charity to work for.
Left feeling very suicidal. Management very poor along with their training and do not take kindly to someone who may come under the equalities act within a working environment. Very poor charity.
Support Staff in King's Lynn, Norfolk
No line management. Head attempts to be everyone’s pal. Ridiculously high level of staff turnover. Staff literally leaving immediately after starting. Repeatedly advertising the same jobs. No teamwork ethic.
Anti social behaviour case manager in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
Rewarding and ethical
Catch 22 are a company who care about both their clients and staff. Training is excellent. Line managers were lovely and helpful, team members also great to work with, very knowledgeable and helpful. I am only leaving due to move to another part of the country. If I could I would take them with me.
Substance Misuse Practitioner in Hampshire
I love my job!
I am a current employee with Catch 22 and have been for many years now. I could not speak highly enough of this organisation. The management in Hampshire have supported me through many difficulties and are always available if I need them. It is a fast paced role with lots of collaborative working and front line work with young people and young adults. It is extremely varied which is something that appealed to me. I feel part of a solid team who are always there if I need advice or just a chat.