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As well as a great working environment and the chance to make a real difference to the outcomes of young people in West London, we offer these great benefits.
All staff are invited to complete and share a Mind Wellbeing Action Plan with their manager. These are updated and reviewed throughout the year and empower you and your manager to identify practical ways to support your wellbeing.
All Link Workers are provided with dedicated sessions with qualified Clinical Supervisor to explore their own personal reactions to their work, and to reflect on and challenge their own practise in a safe and confidential environment.
Emplyees can access tailored support for mental and physical health and wellbeing. The support on offer includes:
A platform for regular feedback from staff on engagement, wellbeing and ways of working. Pulse surveys will run on a quarterly basis with Heads of Teams to review findings from their team on a regular basis, with the opportunity to set action plans, feedback and share findings.
Fun, engaging, team activities away from the office, to enable staff to connect to others in their team, twice a year in addition to current activities. Line Managers and Heads of Teams to agree timing and activities.
WLZ appreciates our staff work hard therefore organise 2 social get togethers per year, one in the summer and another at Christmas.
Staff can purchase bike and accessories through our cycle scheme without any upfront payment, and the payments are taken tax efficiently from their salary.
WLZ pays above the statutory minimum sickness on a 12-month rolling period. We also offer compassionate leave, up to 10 days for close family members.
We have a generous annual leave policy of 25 days per year increasing by 1 day per year up to 30 days.
We offer enhanced pay for maternity and paternity leave to help support our staff who are growing their families.
We have a December shut-down period of 3 days over the Christmas period, to enable staff to take time and space to rest and restore.
We take our responsibilities to safeguarding children and adults seriously at West London Zone and our recruitment practices are no exception. To hear more about how we ensure safer recruitment at West London Zone, click the button below.
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We support children and young people to take on life positively, regardless of who they are and where they come from.
At West London Zone, we're committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels safe and has a sense of belonging. We equip our people to have the kind of respectful, courageous conversations that strengthen relationships and build trust, both internally and externally.
We learn from others and we share our learnings. We encourage our schools and community partners to adopt inclusive language and practices by role modelling and sharing our own progress to encourage dialogue and deepen our connections across our communities.
We couldn't do what we do without the support of our funders and supporters. They support what we do and how we do it, including our commitment to EDI. We share our EDI commitments with them, and ask them to hold us to account for their delivery.
We recognise that we work across a diverse community with a range of perspectives and beliefs. We commit to respecting these beliefs whilst always advocating for an inclusive approach that welcomes and champions diversity.
We recognise that other organisations and people may have different values and points of view to us. This is fine. We will work with anyone who wants to improve outcomes for children and young people – except where their values and views may cause harm to others, or limit the options for the children and young people we support.