What do we stand for?

We aspire to create enriching, joyful and meaningful experiences for our clients and employees. We are lucky to work alongside of amazing individuals who have decided to become Support Workers; they are passionate about people and providing them with the connection, attention and care they deserve in times of need. We are proud of these values and believe that our culture is defined by it. 

Company Benefits

We take a lot of pride in the people who make up our Crossroads team. This is because we know from our clients’ feedback that our Support Workers are genuine, capable and compassionate members of the community. Therefore we want our reward our staff and do what we can to make their lives easier. Here are some of the benefits we offer our team:

  • Bridging Loans offered
  • Company phone provided
  • Paid mileage at 45p plus paid travel time
  • Discounts at a selection of local garages
  • Paid comprehensive induction and training
  • Funded study for Nationally recognised qualifications.
  • Paid DBS checks
  • 28 days annual leave, increasing with service
  • Company sick pay scheme beyond SSP
  • Pension scheme
  • Referral bonus if you refer family or friends to work with us
  • Casual Dress
  • Shadowing and Mentoring schemes
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Career development
  • Local work with plenty of travel time
  • Regular clients and minimum of 30 minute call times
  • Wellbeing content and resources sent out monthly

Employee Stories


“My mum has always worked in care so it was always something I felt I wanted to give a go,” he says. “I wish I had done it sooner. I love it, it’s better than I expected”.

Ricky, had thoughts about working in care for a long time. Ricky built a career in construction for 20 years before deciding it was time for a change.


“I actually enjoyed getting up each morning and going to work, and it was the first job that did that for me.”

Vicky, saw her first steps in care as “just a job, it paid the bills”. But Vicky says she soon found there was much more to the job, and she enjoyed building a rapport with clients, learning to treat them like family, and taking courses to discover more about the different approaches to care. Vicky’s is now one of our service managers.

of our colleagues love working for Crossroads Caring For Life
feel passionate about their work with clients
of our colleagues feel their manager cares about them as an individual

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