What is it like to work at The Disabilities Trust?

2.9Work/Life Balance
3.0Salary/Benefits
2.9Job Security/Advancement
2.8Management
3.1Culture
3.0
Not as good as it used to be
Written by CSW (Current Employee) from Devon on 20 December 2017
Our shift patterns are 14 hours or 24 hours shifts. Training wise, we are always chasing face to face training otherwise it's conducted on interactive/online. Management has really declined since I first joined the company and the company does not look after the Staff and clients as they promise to do. The hardest part of the job is not being appreciated - more ... or valued for the work you do. The most enjoyable part of the job is watching the clients succeed in their independence. - less
ProsHaving a job
ConsNot valued and paid for your work
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