Culture and Benefits

Working for Together for Children is rewarding and fulfilling, no matter what area of our company you work in.  We offer a friendly and supportive environment and value the contribution each staff member makes to our company.

We recognised that a career in children’s social care can be tough and we pride ourselves on making life a little easier for our staff by offering flexible working hours, compressed working hours, homeworking and job-sharing, to ensure a better work/life balance. 

The wellbeing of our employees is essential and we offer a range of activities and support services to ensure your physical and mental health and wellbeing is a priority. Alongside a flexible approach to working, we offer regular guided meditation sessions, employee recognition schemes, digital resources and mental health support, including a team of 47 mental health first aiders who are specially trained to deliver support to colleagues.

We are also proud to demonstrate our commitment to our staff through the Better Health at Work Bronze award, which recognises Together for Children as an organisation that promotes healthy lifestyles and considers the health of their employees.

We value diversity across our company and are proud to have been awarded the Disability Confident Committed Accreditation, which highlights our commitment to diversity in the workplace by creating a movement of change and encouraging our staff to think differently about disability.