The Wallich
Happiness score is 56 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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The Wallich Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • CEO
    Lindsay Cordery Bruce
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  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
  • Link
    The Wallich website
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Personal Care & Home Health

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Salary estimated from 32.1K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 59 reviews and is evolving.



Floating Support Worker in Llanelli
on 12 June 2022
Client focussed, holistic approach
Has good intentions but staff need more recognition and reward. Reputation of the organisation rides on the quality of the staff, so they should be better valued.Recruitment process is too long winded and needs to be easier.
Senior Support Worker in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire
on 18 February 2022
Bad management
Awful place to work, bad management its her way or you are out, not a good place to work if you value your mental health as management will bring you down and make you doubt your capability.
Head of Finance in Cardiff
on 18 February 2022
A place to work where everybody has a voice.
It is extremely satisfying to work for an organisation that listens to it’s staff. One of the core values of the Wallich is to be courageous, we’re all encouraged to challenge and be challenged. The recent restructure is aiding the delivery of this message across the organisation and I’m so excited about what this is going to surface! The people that work here are brilliant! Never have I worked with so many genuine kind natured people who are motivated by something other than their own agenda. The leaders are capable, not afraid to make decisions and act quickly. From my experience this is not common in an organisation fairly mature in its years.Lastly, who wouldn’t want to work for an organisation that is working tirelessly to end homelessness in Wales? Our purpose is simple and satisfying!
Support Worker in Swansea
on 17 February 2022
Watching your back all the time, scared anything you say or do will be criticised
Bullying culture, if you show initiative it is seen as competition and there is always someone with a problem with management and jealousy. There is no teamwork and the workplace is full of negativity and back biting. It will leave you needing counselling and a long recovery period after leaving! Management cover each other and are righteous, they pass their own inadequacies onto frontline staff and set them against each other.
Prep connect Worker in Torfaen
on 9 January 2022
What a wonderful organisation to work for.
Fantastic management, wonderful, caring, supportive team. Best move I have ever made. The company really do care about you and there is scope for career progression. I always feel exceptionally supported by management and my colleagues.

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