COVID-19 Occupational Health Advisor in London, Greater London
Easy going during the COVID-19 pandemic
As I was redeployed into the position, it was easy to begin working for the Trust. There was no interview process, but we had to learn as much as possible within the first week to be as independent as possible. There was great team work on those days really busy, and everyone was flexible in doing the jobs necessary to manage daily calls and queries. Even on quiet days everyone knuckled down to complete the job.
Dental Outpatient Receptionist in London
Like a nursery
Management are always breathing down your neck treating you like a child. They nitpick on a single individual until they drive them out then move on to the next person. The rules ie uniform are not implemented with all colleagues, only with those that have been singled out. The rest of the colleagues are lovely but the management is really bad and only their “friends” get promoted or recommended for a promotion.
Working in Barts health is the best that happened to me. Though there are ups and downs but it is still an excellent experience working with Barts health.
Medical Secretary in Dermatology
Enjoyed many years there
I was happy in my role for many years. There are lots of chances for career progression and training if you want this. I had great colleagues and it was mainly a very friendly place to work over most of my career. If departments are too busy there may not always be the flexibility to reduce your hours. Very close to the station - 5 minute walk.
Admin Supervisor in Whitechapel, Greater London
Lack career development opportunities
I have been working at barts health for 17years ,I have applied for several mamagerial jobs withing the trust ,I was not successful as they have someone in mind in most cases .