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PCP is an award-winning charity whose mission is ‘Health, Well-being and Learning for all’, we currently employ 55 staff and over 60 volunteers. As an equal opportunities employer, PCP values diversity and is a signatory to the Mindful Employer Charter.
The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) offer a range of comprehensive benefits which recognise and reward the contribution made by our staff, a summary of the main ones are:
PCP offer a generous Holiday entitlement of between 27 – 32 days (dependent on length of service), and in addition to the annual leave employees also receive eight paid statutory Bank holidays.
Structured Pay System
A fair and transparent pay structure (linked to a grading system) is in place, which rewards staff equally for the work they do and recognises performance.
Employees have the option to contribute a minimum of 5% of their gross salary per annum into the PCP Group Personal Pension Plan with AEGON, PCP will also make a 5% contribution.
Staff Training & Development
PCP recognises the importance of learning to the success of the organisation and is committed to the investment in, and development of our staff through a structured appraisal system, policy training programme and a comprehensive Company Training & Development programme. PCP also has regular Team Building and Job Shadowing sessions.
Work Life Balance
PCP is committed to attracting and retaining the very best staff and utilising all the talent and experience available, appreciating that the UK workforce is becoming increasingly diverse and includes a high percentage of parents and individuals with other caring responsibility, as well as those whose personal circumstances may impact on their time. Normal 9 to 5 working is in many instances increasingly incompatible with the demands for a better work-life balance.
The organisation recognises the importance of helping staff to balance their work and home life by offering the possibility of flexible working arrangements.
Maternity/ Paternity/Adoption Benefits
The organisation recognises the importance of supporting employees who are planning to have or adopt children. The aim of these policies is to ensure employees are aware of their statutory entitlements and to ensure fair and equitable treatment in line with current legislation.
The importance of the physical, mental and emotional well-being of our employees is recognised through a range of heath related initiatives, some being:
The Pioneering Care Partnership is committed to providing equality of opportunity and anti-oppressive practice and will not tolerate any kind of discrimination, harassment or oppressive practices and is committed to stopping it
The organisation wishes to secure genuine equality of opportunity whether required by legislation or not, in all aspects of its activities.
It applies to the provision of services, all aspects of employment from recruitment, selection and training of staff and volunteers, to conditions of service and reasons of termination of employment.
Excellence – in the way we provide services and will constantly seek to improve them though our commitment to Quality, the organisation has achieved: