Scottish Autism
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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Scottish Autism a better place to work?

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  • Do not allow friends or relatives work together in the same area, causes far too much discrimination between staff, staff get treated differently and unfairly, management especially on call should be going into the services to help out if needed, that's what on call is for! Excuses like I cant come I've hurt my back is really not acceptable when your on your own in a 2 to 1 service with a servie user displaying self injurious and aggressive behaviour then waiting an hour for one if your colleagues to come in because on call cant

  • I’d change management team, and have regular staff meetings (all staff). Promote a more positive work environment

  • Treat staff with respect and make them actually feel like a valued member of staff.
    Also treat staff the same!

  • Get the bulling stopped pronto !!!!

  • Treat staff with respect

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  • I would listen to the staff as they are the building blocks of the company.

  • Treat staff and service users with dignity and respect

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