Bolton NHS Foundation Trust Employee Reviews
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My role is as the Transactions Manager, I am responsible for the purchase ledger, sales ledger sections including debt collection. My role includes 1-2-1's, appraisals, team meetings and team training. I produce weekly payment runs, KPI's and various reports.
Management are not professional they have favourites and if you ever challenge any decision you are made to feel like you are stupid and then they pick faults with your work, a typical day is very fast paced. The hardest part of the job is trying to fit in. The best part of the job is some colleagues as is the worst part
Excellent holiday entitlement
Worked for Histology/Pathology for many years changing departments/jobs due to the bullying and nasty Management along with their hangers on friends! Dont bother with the Unions as they are in their pockets too.They bully you till you are got rid of and they will make up stories about you as they go along. If the TV did an undercover documentary it would be sorted!!
Worked in Informatics i.e IT department as a contractor for one week. So did one other contractor. Did not disclose that fact, they were trialling against the other contractor in job description. Very devious and misleading. Did not get position advertised.
DON'T work for the NHS as a healthcare assistant it's a thankless job where you are treated as a second class citizen and a donkey! This was a typical day at work as experienced by me for most of my time there. Training fine, especially if you do your online training at home throughout the year as you wont have time to do it whilst on duty. Management don't care if you are dropping on your feet and numerous of my colleagues were on sick leave on several occasions due to stress. Workplace culture:- Blame the healthcares for anything that goes wrong. Hardest part of the job is seeing patients suffer because wards are constantly short staffed and the qualified nurses won't help you. Most enjoyable part of the job:- Helping patients and going home.
friendly place to work, all grades of staff make the hospital an excellent place to work.Overall facilities for the staff aren't great for example canteen expensive and small portions, only a small negative for a good place to work overall
usual problems with NHS
A real feel of us and them. There were 3 or 4 contractors and 5 or 6 permanent staff. Sometimes you (a contractor) walk into a room full of laughter (permanent staff) that suddenly stops. Occasional sly comments and 2-faced behaviour. Eventually all contractors left (at different times). Never made to feel comfortable
Didn't have to stay there too long
Great place to work. Always looking for ways to improve services. Listens to the opinions of staff and implements change when nescssary. As with all NHS Trusts budgets are being cut year on year so always looking for ways to save money
unsupportive managers without qualifications and qualities to care and manage staff effectively. Low morale, poor staff levels to care for patients. Lack of compassion towards staff who are expected to work in unsafe conditions. Only time improvements are made is when visits are made by auditors etc staff development poor a bare minimum or non existent
Always off work late staff turnover low morale