St. Anne's Community Services
Happiness score is 54 out of 100
3.0 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    St. Anne's Community Services website
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Rating is calculated based on 51 reviews and is evolving.



Support Worker in Oxfield court day center, Huddersfield
on 28 July 2022
Not nice
Started out great, quickly learned that staff members are a click and if you're face doesn't fit they will find a way to get you out, especially while you're a probationer and don't have a leg to stand on.
First Line Manager in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 6 July 2022
Has declined over the years
There is little support for first line managers, expected to manage staff who are not valued by the organisation. As a manager there was little support but all the responsibility. Conflicting information from above made the role impossible. 2 steps forward 6 steps back. Clients used to be the focus and the centre of organisation and values now it is how it looks on the surface. 6 years ago I would have given it 10 out of 10 now I would advise to keep looking.
Manager in Yorkshire
on 3 July 2022
Wouldn’t recommend
Areas managers would drop like flies and literally “leave” or be pushed without any warning or reason. Blame culture Lack of support from senior management team. Very cliquey if you face fits, you were ok.
Support worker in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 3 July 2022
Loved the job but management was terrible and most of the staff were nastyand unfriendly .Pay and hours were reasonable.Felt that your voice wasn't heard and a feeling of no progression
Support Worker in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 12 June 2022
Avoid this company
Too much expected from staff, with too little pay. Manager’s work is being passed down to support workers taking them away from supporting the clients.Any issues raised to management is ignored, no real support given and higher up the chain is no different. Don’t expect any management to be there for you in an emergency

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