At Common Thread we regularly seek feedback from our employees. Our staff survey results continue to improve. This year, our most recent survey took place in November – 100% of all those taking part stated that they enjoyed the day to day work they do and 99% were happy with Common Thread as their employer.
We could tell you how it is to work for Common Thread, but we think its better coming direct from our staff. Here’s what they have to say about working for Common Thread.
‘I have never felt part of company that takes my views into consideration, I feel part of a family who actually wants to make a difference in our young people lives. This drives my motivation’
Paul, House Manager
“Common thread are a welcoming open minded family where everyone is important”
Scot, House Manager
“The Common Thread approach to care ensures that our children and young people are at the centre of everything we do”
Carol, Residential House Manager
“I’ve only worked for Common Thread for a short period of time but I was made to feel welcome by everyone from the first day and I really feel part of the team”
Sarah, Therapeutic Support Worker
“I had been with my previous employer for 12 years before starting with Common Thread so naturally I was apprehensive. However, moving to Common Thread has been the best decision I have made. I love how professional and supportive managers are towards their staff”
Julie, Therapeutic Support Worker
“I just wanted to say thank you so much for your Christmas card and voucher you sent for Christmas. That was so thoughful and kind of you and its very much appreciated from myself and my family. I also wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for having myself, my husband and my son at the Christmas party. My son had a great time and couldnt believe it last week when Santa actually wrote him a letter with a picture!! What a magnificent way to show my son and husband where I work and who with and to be welcomed in open arms even after only being with the company for such a short period of time. Thank you again – really, so much. Merry Christmas and have a wonderful new year when it comes”
Alex, Therapeutic Support Worker