Scottish Autism
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34 questions about working at Scottish Autism
Offer better incentives to experienced staff, staff who have worked there for years who get the same pay as someone who walks through the door with no experience what so ever, offer another system in place of pay and development to give new staff something to work towards and hopefully produce more professional competent staff if they meet their next pay increment,
Answered 31 October 2018
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
Answered 6 December 2018
Companies values have decreased rapidly over the last year or so. ‘Money’ is the top priority within the company now and it’s very sad to watch. All about cost cutting!!
Answered 7 December 2018
Coaching session
Answered 20 January 2019
Cliquey, stressful, if your face doesn't fit you are out the door!
Answered 11 December 2018
Never. Only when the company want to justify paying you less for doing more work.
Answered 10 December 2018
No you cannot. Unless you attempt to work at the HQ.
Answered 10 December 2018
Hours set but there is some flexibility
Answered 6 December 2018
Making sure service managers are trained to work with staff and not against them and are checked in regularly.
Answered 26 September 2018
Interview, either in person or via Teams depending on covid restrictions
Answered 20 April 2017
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