Mental Health Concern Careers and Employment
- CEOAdam Crampsie
- Company size501 to 1,000
- IndustryNon-profit & NGO
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Personal Care & Home Health
Research Assistant in Seaton Burn
on 19 April 2021
Mental Health organisation that doesn’t care about employee mental healthI was placed in an office on my own on the opposite side of the building to everyone else. I asked if they could find a place for me with others and was told there wasn’t any room.My only contact with colleagues was if I made an excuse to go and talk to them. It was incredibly isolating and lonely. My mental health declined due to this and having some issues at home. I saw my line manager maybe once a fortnight and explained I was having some issues, including feeling isolated and also that I felt I was being a nuisance when checking in with him. This manager - now very high up in the hierarchy - told me that I wasn’t important and said that I contacted him too often. The impact this had on me was massive and there was just no regard for mental health wellbeing.The work itself was rewarding - the care and attention in the homes is very good - but I would never recommend working for a mental health charity who make their staff feel so unimportant and undervalued.
Team Leader in Midlands
on 18 July 2021
Poor experienceSenior manager completely unsupportive and staff well-being of no concern at all - sad to see in a supposed mental health organisation.Staff were struggling and absence due to stress high but this made no difference. Management at head office colluded and ignored what was happening despite evidence from a senior manager - pitiful
Talent Acquisition Partner in Seaton Burn
on 24 June 2021
First time I've truly enjoyed what I do.I joined around 3 months ago and I can honestly say I do love my job.- I work in a fantastic team, who are fully supportive.- Employees genuinely care and want to help those accessing services- The organisation has purpose and I love their values.- Exec Team genuinely want to hear views & opinions from employeesThe organisation as a whole is brilliant, there is no blame culture here, colleagues are genuinely nice and it's employees want to, and have the opportunity to really make a difference.They also offer Agile Working, shopping discounts, good pension scheme, family friendly policies, refer a friend scheme, learning & development and career progression.I would fully recommend working at Mental Health Concern.
Former employee in South Tyneside, Tyne and Wear
on 13 April 2021
Awful ManagementAVOID at all costs. Management are awful and under trained. Your workload is so hectic you don't actually have time to provide any mental health support. AVOID this place like the plague. For a "mental health charity" there idea of supporting the mental health of employees is nil.
People Services Administrator in Seaton Burn
on 9 February 2021
Great CultureI work on the Corporate side of Mental Health Concern. I love this job because of the culture! Everyone is so friendly and always willing to help. We have access to online pilates lessons, a weekly virtual lunch so everyone can stay in touch whilst working from home due to covid19, we are able to personalise our desks in the office with plants and photoframes (within reason of course) so it is an enjoyable atmosphere to work in, we used to have weekly "Walking Wednesdays" (until Covid19 meant people were working from home) and also we have access to 24/7 free confidential support which includes mental health sessions. The work I do is busy, but it is very rewarding and you never feel bored. I can honestly say I am so happy in my role, I would definitely recommend. The organisation really values the employees, and have recently done a large Pay Award for all staff.
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