We recognise that our people are our most valuable asset
It is because of our employees that we are in a position to help our participants and learners make positive changes in their lives, whether that be through moving into employment or through gaining skills qualifications.
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader. Disability Confident organisations (like Triage) play a leading role in changing attitudes for the better. We are changing behaviour and cultures in our own businesses, networks and communities, and reaping the benefits of inclusive recruitment practices.
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At Triage we don’t just do things a certain way because ‘that’s how they’ve always been done’, we do things a certain way because that’s our culture and our values help shape that.
In the past we have found it hard to articulate our culture, we talk about the ‘Triage way’, ‘it feels like a family’, ‘I never want to leave’ but we could never put our finger on it! Why did we feel so strongly about Triage and a culture we couldn’t explain?
The answer we came to was that our culture is a feeling. Working at Triage makes us feel a certain way, and the best relationships are often with people (and companies!) who make you feel good. At Triage, the way we do things makes our teams and the people on our programmes feel good – we want to help people be the best they can be, and our culture helps us do that.
At Triage we love to make a difference to the lives of the people on our programmes. We treat our participants and learners with respect and always strive to go that little bit further.
Teamwork plays a big part when it comes to delivering an excellent service – we learn from each other and no ask is too big. Managers and colleagues genuinely care about each other – it’s one of the things that our people tell us they value most when it comes to working at Triage.
of colleagues would recommend Triage as a great place to work.
of colleagues agreed that working for Triage allowed them to make a positive difference.
of colleagues agreed that their manager genuinely cares about their wellbeing.
of colleagues agreed that people in their team go out of their way to help each other.
Here's why our colleagues think Triage is a great place to work.
"I have never worked with a team that go as above and beyond as much they do. I feel lucky to be part of this."
"By working together to achieve our business goals and objectives, we can also build on the individual expertise and development of our employees."