We recognise that it is important to look after our staff so that they are in the best position to provide high-quality services.
Our staff team is drawn from a range of backgrounds and each person brings their unique qualities and character to their work with us. All are qualified through experience and have the expertise to carry out complex and often stressful work. We are a popular organisation to work for, and staff are committed to the organisation and the work that they do.
On the 29th October 2015, Julian Support formally signed up to the Unison Ethical Care Charter. Our former Chief Executive, Pip Coker said:
‘I welcome the opportunity to sign up to the UNISON Ethical Care Charter. Julian Support really only has one asset - our staff, and we expect an awful lot of them. They are dealing with some of the most vulnerable people in our society and we expect them to model the best ethical behaviours when working with people who need their support. If there is a mismatch between how we behave as employers and how we expect our staff to behave there is no integrity in the organisation or the services we provide.’