As an employee owned business, our employees have the opportunity to become members of our employee owned co-operative and the business is run by an elected Board of employees. This means employees are all co-owners of the business, care about how it is run and the quality of care it provides for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs.
In 2019 we were pleased to be ranked 34th in the top 50 largest employee owned companies, up 3 places from 2018. View the full top 50 here: Employee Ownership Top 50 2019
We invest in training our employees well and support them in their care career.
We are a social enterprise which means we are a profit for purpose business. Any profits we make must be reinvested back into the business for the benefit of our customers or reinvested into community projects through our Community Benefit Fund.
We aim to be a responsible business reinvesting back into our local community using local, social enterprise or co-operative suppliers where possible.