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    • Bromley by Bow Centre, St leonards Street, London, London , E1 4LX

About Bromley by Bow Centre

The Bromley by Bow Centre aims to transform the lives of people living in one of the UK’s most deprived areas, working in partnership with them and other organisations to improve emotional and mental health and relieve poverty. Regular community events are held to engage new and existing users of the centre, as well as bringing staff together.

A key event in the working calendar is the Bromley by Bow Oscars, which recognises employee achievements and brings to light those who have brought significant positive change to the organisation. It also recognises those who are on the rise within the company and who will play bigger roles in the future.

An extra mile award is also presented to those who have contributed in an exceptional manner, nominated by their fellow employees. The organisation’s roots date back to 1984 and the charity has undergone significant development in the past ten years.

What is it like to work for Bromley by Bow Centre

There’s a wellbeing manager at the organisation, as well as a wellbeing week that is focused on horticulture, gardening, yoga, mental health, fitness and healthy eating. Stress management and relaxation techniques are offered, plus reduced or flexible working hours.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
Monitors turn off after 20 minutes of inactivity, computers get shut down when people leave the office, printing is double-sided and there’s a cycle-to-work scheme. There’s also a community summer fair, community learning events and horticultural activities as part of their Health and Wellbeing Programme.
My Company
My Company
The centre transforms lives in one of the most deprived areas of the UK. Their core principles are centred around being compassionate, being a friend, and having fun. The organisation runs Centre Forums - meetings for all staff - which explore each value in turn.

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    27% / 73%

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