Central Manchester University Hospitals
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Central Manchester University Hospitals Employee Review

Bullying in the Charity

2.0
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17 August 2017
The work itself is fun and rewarding, but the staff told me there were regular outbursts of anger from management, both written and verbal, toward individuals and the entire office. There is still high staff turnover due to the culture.
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1.0Culture
Pros
Working for a good cause
Cons
Being bullied by management
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