Grand Union Housing Group
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Grand Union Housing Group Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Aileen Evans
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Real Estate
  • Link
    Grand Union Housing Group website
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Salary estimated from 263 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 19 reviews and is evolving.



Independent Living Adviser (Retirement) in Various
on 14 April 2022
Lost their purpose
This used to be a good place to work for, but as time went on the workload got higher and I felt the team was split.Focused more on quantity over quality and this impacted the people we were supporting.Best part of the job was making a lasting impact on people's lives by improving their homes and quality of life.
HR Administrator in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
on 14 April 2022
Caring and supportive workplace
Having worked at Grand Union for the last 2 and a half years, I can confidently say they care about employees. There is a huge positive focus on mental health and they offer lots of support in different ways, flexible working, health referrals, training mental health champions etc. I started as an apprentice so I got to see first-hand how much Grand Union do to provide training and development opportunities for all employees. It's a great place to work :)
Electrician. in Milton Keynes and a large surrounding area.
on 22 February 2022
Unfair treatment of trades people.
As a trades worker at Grand Union Housing Group for many years there is a Us & Them mentality with management/office staff and trades people.Blatant unfair treatment of trades staff having a weeks less holiday than everyone else in the company.Poorly paid when compared with similar companies.HR department lack any real care for trades staff and just offer lip service.Immediate management are hamstrung from above and unable to make any positive change.
Independent Living Advisor in Clophill, Bedfordshire
on 21 February 2022
lacking correct support for mental health
For the first three years I enjoyed my role and did it well. I was a good team with a caring team leader.It was suppose to be a charity ethos with a caring attitude toward their customers. It then started to gradually change to becoming more business-like with emphasis more on number crunching, statistics, meticulous clinical administrative duties with decreasing energy and time spent on the personal touch with the customer.My mental health started to deteriorate which affected my performance and attendance. However, instead of supporting me in the correct way I was being penalized for what resulted from my mental health issues. This went on for the best part of 18 months and more until I eventually felt forced to resign. I felt bitter and extremely angry which then had a knock on effect to my already deteriorating mental health.
Contracts Administrator in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
on 29 November 2021
Avoid unless desperate
Having worked here for serveral months, it is clear that this is a nasty place to work if you have any mental health condition or are different in anyway. Hard work and results mean nothing if you are not in the cult of personality. Avoid working here unless there is no alternative.

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It's about your values and demonstrating

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