Pay reviews happen once a year here at GUHG, the staff that would be exempt from a pay review would be if you are on a frozen salary or you are on a live disciplinary warning.
Love working here at GUHG!! Everyone is so friendly, really helpful and they really do encourage you to contribute and collaborate towards business and department strategies. I love the fact the the Chief Executive, makes it her duty to meet up with you on your induction week. Everyone that I have met so far, go over and above to make you feel welcome, here at GUHG.
What would you suggest Grand Union Housing Group management do to prevent others from leaving?
When I left GUHG, due to being headhunted, on acknowledgement of my resignation letter, I was asked to notify HR to arrange an exit interview meeting with HR. I really liked the fact that they showed that they cared and took everything on board!!
Really good benefits!! one of the 2nd best pensions, Gus points, Competitive salary,
25 days holiday rising to 30 after five year’s service, Aviva Pension Scheme up to 10% company contribution, Up to 2 paid professional subscriptions, Excellent training and development opportunities as we won the investors in people. I have never worked for a business that really encourages staff to get qualifications, to help with their current roles. Free life assurance,Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave, Health cash-plan including employee assistance, Regular bonus points from our GUS Intranet, which lead to vouchers, Free parking at all our offices, Discounted cinema tickets.
Lots of different ways, face to face, over the intranet, big staff meetings, 121s, email. The executive team are always keeping the organisation informed of what's going on in the business and how to get involved and provide feedback.
Filled with dread and anxiousness. All management were worried about themselves and not the people underneath them. I knew any issues I had would not be supported by HR and senior managers did not want to do anything about the mangers under them just doing what they pleased whilst frontline stuff are suffering and feeling deeply unhappy. Certain teams with a high turnover of staff and other issues were just left unsupported and no one cared.
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Grand Union Housing Group?
Demonstrate how you, in your role, would make a difference to our customers, how would you improve the services we provide?
Demonstrate your passion for what you do and your commitment.
How does someone get hired at Grand Union Housing Group? What are the steps along the way?
Through application, no agents other than for the most senior positions