Safer Places Careers and Employment
- CEOJanet Dalrymple
- Company size51 to 200
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Staff in Essex
on 4 June 2019
Dedicated staff, but the organisation is disorganisedThe people you work with at Safer places, as well as helping clients, is by far the best part of the role. However, the organisation lets itself down in the way that it operates, leaving staff feeling overworked, unappreciated and underpaid. All the staff that I worked with are dedicated to helping clients, but because the company does not invest in the individual, the staff turnover is high as there are similar organisations around with a better workplace culture. Whilst updates are given by senior management on operational matters, they are often sporadic and can sometimes leave you feeling more confused.
Domestic violence family practioner in Essex
on 17 June 2020
Very stressful and not appreciated no matter what you doI loved my job it was so satisfying but could not recommend working for this company as it doesn’t matter how much you do management will not recognise you. Typical day at work was in refuge which was brilliant. The hardest part of job was breaking up disputes, and working all hrs until late and then being questioned by management and told off and possibly not be paid because you had gone over your allocated hours. There was a 4 month period of no manager or guidance also managers were always leaving. Employment of people with no experience.
Contracts and Compliance Assistant in Harlow, Essex
on 4 March 2020
Lovely people and pleasant workplaceI learnt so much with Safer Places and met some amazing people. It was stressful at times, however overall I felt part of a team and had a good support network I loved my job and the people I worked along side, was very sad to have been made redundant and had to leave
Independent Domestic Violence Advocate in Harlow
on 20 November 2019
IdvaManagement was very very poor. Left without a manager for months You can voice your concerns, but it will never be listened to or put into action. However some staff are very supportive
Support worker full time in Essex
on 7 August 2019
Great place to workAs a Domestic Violence Professional I love working for Safer Places . It is hard work but very rewarding . Its great to work somewhere where you are encouraged to develop and use our skills and qualifications and to gain new ones . I have worked in this sector for a number of years and have never worked anywhere where I have felt so supported. The senior managers are very approachable and encourage staff to be involved in making changes that improve services . The Director of Operations is inspirational . The hardest part of the job is having to fight with mental health services to get the help some people need . A typical day is busy but enjoyable and there is a of work satisfaction and great team work .
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