Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust Employee Reviews
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Opportunity for training is behind as you are always short staffed. Management are not understanding and do not listen to personal issues. An unhappy environment for nursing as everyone is a number and everything you have been promised in your interview does not happen.
My colleagues were collaborative and made the environment an enjoyable one. The care manager who I directly report too, was kind with an open door policy. She is a visionary care manager, who encouraged everyone to learn and develop. The psychologist, is accommodative and always ready to support the team. I enjoy the weekly meetings were cases are discussed
My role involved working at different sites so met lots of different clients and staff which I enjoyed. I learned how much better life is when you have a job that you enjoy. I was grateful to work with a collaborative, supportive team. The most difficult part of the job was the red tape and box ticking, data input etc but what was the most rewarding for me was observing the progress in the clients.
Staffing shortages create very stressful work places , little to retain staff once you have joined . Pay office and HR very slow to respond to issues and pass you round and round until you give up . Stressful & frustrating an organisation which blames rather than learns and has little value for the staff on the ground . Promises a great deal but doesn’t deliver.
Working with CNWL has been great, the company is well diverse with equal opportunities and lot of in-house training and learning development trainnings.
free provisions eg milk, sugar, tea and coffee.
place of work too far from my house.
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Assisted in contracts compilation and management. Constant use of telephone either receiving or initiating conversation to users of the service. Managing an online catalogue and outsourcing new suppliers for the trust to save money. Price checking where possible. Managing meetings and calendars. Handling my own personal area of work in terms of supplier engagement and business.
People, Places, Pay
Hours, Budget cuts
CNWL Mental Health is a good place to work. It is a place were all the staff are happy to in. Very good management The opportunity to gain a knowledge of mental health and the clinical IT systems they currently use and the any new clinical systems they may use in the future.
I really enjoyed working at this Trust. It was challenging in a positive way. There was lot of opportunity for skills based training with contributed to my development as a nurse. I felt their was fairness in regards to assessing performance and opportunities for career progression. I have not worked there for 9years but I can only hope it would be the same great experience for anyone joining today.
centrally located, well led, multicultural, great training department
busy environment, sometimes long hours
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