Metropolitan Thames Valley
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Geeta Nanda
    79%
    approve of Geeta Nanda's performance
  • Founded
    1948
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Link
    Metropolitan Thames Valley website
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Personal Care & Home Health

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 128 reviews and is evolving.

3.6720183.5220193.0020202.9120213.332022

Reviews

Support Worker in Nottingham
on 13 April 2022
easy going, easy work
I worked for the metropolitan connect team, we wasn't treated very well by the main company as we were funded by Nottinghamshire County Council. low pay but wasn't hard work.
Income Officer in Nottingham
on 11 April 2022
Stressful
Managers don’t support, doesn’t work well if you have children. Most of the problems and calls we get are due to metropolitans mistakes or universal credits.Good pay 25k and loads of annual leave, income officer was very stressful.
Customer Service Advisor in Nottingham
on 28 February 2022
Good fun
Good place to work room for progression staff are lovely. Good annual leave and flexibility. Good pay rise we have just had too. I enjoy it here a lot
Coordinator/Administrator in Beeston, Nottinghamshire
on 9 December 2021
Good place to start a career
Interesting place to work with different challenges everyday.Really rewarding as you get to hel and make a difference. Great facilities as now MTVH has moved into a newer builfin in Beeston.
Manager in London / Nottingham
on 5 November 2021
Culture needed a change of direction
Not the best place to work - a lot of management with little leadership also lack of ownership and clarity over roles and chain of authority - many in house back biting and overall bad feeling with staff in many departments which could have been handled better - discrimination, alongside bad practices being allowed and promoted - was exited to start the role - glad when I left

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Partnership working Listening and engaging residents Time management and prioritising workload Social housing issues

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