John Munroe Group
2.6 out of 5 stars.
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John Munroe Group Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Matthew Harris
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £5m to £25m
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Salaries

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Nursing

Healthcare Assistant
£9.87 per hour
Senior Staff Nurse
£40,420 per year
Charge Nurse
£17.78 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 11 reviews and is evolving.

4.0020172.4020193.3320201.502021

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Reviews

Support Worker in Leek
on 23 February 2021
Staff are so unwelcoming and will not help !!
If your new then staff won’t help you with anything they will just let you get on with it and let you do it wrong. There is a massive click here even some of the nurses are in it especially nights .. it’s terrible. The patients are lovely but the staff put me off working there and management ain’t much better
Former employee in Leek, Staffordshire
on 19 March 2021
Awful place
Worst place I have ever worked. Management degrade you in front of visitors and think it is funny. Lots of cliques and back stabbing. Staff are only out for themselves and will happily tell tales. Now HR, if you can call it that, is another ball game all together. They talk to you like you are something they have stepped in! Poor pay and no flexibility, even if you work extra hrs! It is all about money with these people, not the residents
Care Assistant in ST13 8RU
on 9 September 2020
Great company to work for!
I’ve worked at John Munroe Hospital for over 10 years. It’s not always easy - but who said healthcare was. I have a good core group of colleagues and turnover of staff is low. The nurses are excellent and really caring. Would certainly recommend working for them.
Clinical Support Worker in Leek, Staffordshire
on 28 August 2020
Avoid avoid avoid
Avoid at all costs. Management are an absolute shambles look down on all care staff, talk to you like dirt (if they do speak to you). Only bothered about how much money they’re bringing in not about the patients. If your face doesn’t fit they will bully you/target you. Managers are all on a power trip also very corrupt, the union will be your best friends 6 weeks in of starting. The care staff are fantastic (most of them). However because that many staff leave they just bring in people with 0 qualifications/experience making work life very difficult to work in. If they get a months pay right then your the luckiest staff member there. HR are the most unhelpful people ever make out your pay is coming out of their own pocket their attitude is absolutely disgusting.
Clinical Support Worker in Rudyard
on 8 February 2020
Fun and full of work
It's a nice place to work. Friendly people and loads of work to do during your shift, so you never will be bored. This could stress you out and because it is pure teamwork, it'll depend on your team the way the shifts will be. The hospital manager isn't accessible to the support workers so you'll be facing a communication problem if you try to improve the place and make lifework easy, but it is understandable being such a big hospital.
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