We are an employer that truly cares about our staff and demonstrate this in real and meaningful ways through a continued commitment to employee wellbeing.
We have a focused approach of Restorative and Systemic Practice, and this extends to how we meet the needs of those who work in our children and families teams. We recognise that our workforce is made up of individuals who have a personal as well as professional life and that you cannot promote and protect the families you work with if you are not looked after, and looking after yourselves. In response to this recognition, we have a robust wellbeing program where you as individuals are supported to achieve a work/life balance that works for you.
In addition to supporting you in your CPD by providing excellent and varied training opportunities, we also provide one-to-one and group supervision where your wellbeing is a focus. All employees are supported to complete a Wellbeing Plan, which is an agreement between you and your supervisor, and with yourself, as to how your wellbeing can be maintained. This is a meaningful and reviewable plan that is in place to safeguard your self-care and wellbeing time and needs.
We provide wellbeing coaching and training sessions, workshops and one-to-ones where you are encouraged to prioritise, address, plan for and action your mental, physical and emotional health. You will also have access to Warwickshire’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for confidential information, support and guidance to help you stay well and manage any challenges you may be facing, personally and/or professionally.