Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
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My Productive and Enjoyable time working with Central London Community Health Care Trust with District Nursing

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A typical day at work would start at 09:00 and end at 17:00pmIt would start with a team of 20 Nurses from 3 teams that is Team 1, Team 2 and Team 4.A day would start with allocation of Patients to the Nurses.I learned teamwork and customer care through physical and telephone conversations both awkward and easy scenarios but you end the up managing them well.The workplace would involved daily allocations of clients to the team members and giving feedback at the end of the shifts by each Nurse after the morning shift and the following day another list of clients based on the priority of the cases.The hardest part would be multitasking the roles such as Triaging referrals for 3 Teams Preparing client treatment care plans and other administration roles on the days such as replenishing stocks in the store and receiving stock on the days when they are due but i would handle that by prioritizing the tasks.The most enjoyable part of the job would be when the tasks are met and the clients are served sufficiently.
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Great salary and flexibility, poor management and staff behaviours

This is an overall good organisation to work for. It is quite frustrating that management is risk averse, often uninspiring and tolerating discrimination. There’s systemic issues which will take a long time to resolve.
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Insights into Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

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  • Energising work tasks
  • Time and location flexibility
  • Feeling of personal appreciation

Good collaborative Team

Good Team Place to develop without too much pressure Management supportive Regular in service training Structured referral pathways for patients Embraced pandemic with new ways of working well
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Not great.

Unsupportive upper management who make decisions without consulting staff or patients. Staff are great but management is aloof...Would not recommend.
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Stressful and used as a number

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.

Pros

Nhs pensions

Cons

Extremely stressful
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Finance assistant

Great place to work for placement year; - Rotation of roles in each department (e.g. payables, receivables, management accounting) -Supportive managers -Good training -Study support (70%) -Good cover when on annual leave
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Enjoyable experience

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
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Enjoyable and enriching environment.

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.
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Nice workplace

Don't have much to say I worked at different sites in CNWL consecutively. I established an ECR service, managed their PICU and then worked in the community
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controlled work

• Sending out reports to senior management • Good understanding of, Jade System, system one and Key watching systems. • Security check before letting anyone in to building • Sending letters and faxes to patients and services
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Avoid

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.
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Interpreting Service

The interpreting service has now been taken over by private agencies. This was a huge loss for interpreters working with the service. It used to be an efficient and good service provider.
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Grenfell

A hardworking caring team. Grenfell Trauma team is very well focused and driven group. Therapy comes in different shapes and sizes and its one of the treatments that is apparent visibly.
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productive and fun loving with gym, table tennis, and dat

Working with CNWL has been great, the company is well diverse with equal opportunities and lot of in-house training and learning development trainnings.

Pros

free provisions eg milk, sugar, tea and coffee.

Cons

place of work too far from my house.
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Clinical

Clinical duties - group and individual therapy Serving a diverse population of individuals with multiple physical and psychological health difficulties Good professional colleagues - working to a high standard
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Good place to work

Very busy, every day different Good team culture Good line manager Can be hard dealing with public Very satisfying when you help someone improve Learning experience opportunities

Pros

Team culture

Cons

Can be stressfull
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Supportive and cohesive workplace

I worked within an wonderful multidisciplinary team who exhibited and supported me to develop excellent communication skills. I felt that my efforts as a trainee were acknowledged and I was supported to grow as a practitioner
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Lovely team

Learning Training Good hours Chance to progress Good team Working with patients Car parking was difficult The best part of the job was the team working . .

Pros

Flexibility

Cons

Long hours
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Its a great place to work

CNWL is a great place to work. It's a place where you could expect to work with great knowledge and a wonderful team. Love the time being there. Worked at St Charles Hospital with challenging clients.
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Cnwl

A challenging job to make speak easy with nob-technical people in oprder to resolve issues Most people are cooperative and helpful. Like all business' only a few are difficult
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Good Fun place to work.

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.

Pros

People, Places, Pay

Cons

Hours, Budget cuts
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Based on 46 reviews

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3.9 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.6 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.6 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
3.5 out of 5 stars for Management
3.7 out of 5 stars for Culture

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