Forward (UK)
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13 questions about working at Forward (UK)
Forward Trust offers flexible working opportunities through our policies. Whilst many of our positions have a standard 35 hour 5 day week all employees are able to request flexible working hours which ill be reviewed to support the needs of the service and the needs of the individual, and find the best pattern to suit.
Answered by Forward (UK)
26 July 2022
Listen to people views and ideas
Answered 13 October 2018
Forward Trust offer a range of great benefits including;Training opportunities and career developmentFlexible workingSeason ticket loan schemeCycle to work scheme25 Days annual leave plus Bank Holidays (rising to 30 days with length of service)Excellent contributory pension scheme. Employer matched contributions of up 6% in the first two years' service and up to 9% thereafter.Death in service payment (2x annual salary)Critical illness insurance (subject to qualifying criteria)Simply health health planSalary Sacrifice Electric Car SchemeBlue Light Card access
Answered by Forward (UK)
26 July 2022
A standard working week at Forward Trust is 35 hours a week. Many of our positions are Monday to Friday however we do have some positions which also require weekend working - please look at the individual job opportunities for this.Forward Trust offer flexible working opportunities
Answered by Forward (UK)
26 July 2022
I would encourage anyone to work for forward
Answered 21 September 2018
Remote working is available at the Forward Trust in a number of our roles. Remote working is not available across all positions as some of our services are delivered in secure environments such as prisons. We have a range of, remote, location based and hybrid opportunities available.
Answered by Forward (UK)
26 July 2022
I was proud to be a part of an organisation that is compassionate, understanding and supportive of people facing challenges and what resonated most was the opportunity to help them remove stigma surrounding that particular client group and provide second chances.
Answered 6 January 2022
Answered 24 February 2020
Excited and optimistic
Answered 2 September 2022
Acknowledge the complaints that have been made about service managers and increase the pay. Also, employ more people as we all have very high caseloads that we have to handle on our own, with no help from managers.
Answered 28 June 2022
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