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A suite of training courses exist to enable people to develop and enhance their management skills. There is internal coaching/mentoring provided by Line Managers. External coaching/mentoring is provided by Keele University. There are other peer support opportunities in the form of seminars/managers forums. A basket of forums exist such as the Management Forum, Staff Meetings and Focus Groups which provide peer support and knowledge sharing opportunities.
The Training Facility within the organisation has been recognised as a Centre of Excellence by The British Institute of Learning Disability (BILD). Furthermore, the Training Manager of the organisation has received the Care Innovator Award from the National British Care Home Awards in 2010. The company is applying for recognition for the Excellence Award on the Endorsement Framework for Education and Training Organisations in Adult Social Care.
The organisation has a company pension scheme, a generous maternity and paternity scheme and embraces family friendly policies. To this extent, staff are allowed to attend medical appointments and caring commitments as part of the flexible working arrangements within the company. Staff receive sickness benefit for up to six months of any single period of illness. In addition to this, the company operates a policy where by staff can have extended leave of unpaid absence for up to 12 months following negotiation with the HR Manager. During this period the persons job will be kept open for them.
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At least 33% of senior managers are women
On-site nursery or vouchers
40% of employees with more than 5 years' service
At least 10 weeks' leave on full pay
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