Great place to work. I really enjoyed working at King's, but some divisions need a management overhaul. Lack of support in my team was the only reason I moved on. Other than that would definitely consider working there again one day. If they'd have me!
Health Care Assistant/Support Worker in London
Very stressful, demanding and leave you feeling under-valued.Long hours, a stressful environment, however a good place to work if you need training to move onto working in a Multidisciplinary role.Transportation connection is a plus.
Ward Hostess/ decontamination technician in KFM, King's college hospital
Fun workplace, competitive I earned a lot of experiences working at King's College Hospital. Self motivated. Working at King's college Hospital is such a good place to work. But I feel like a slave, my new manager wants us to keep working and standing even our task is done, and waiting for the work to begin again. No where to sit at all. Even a minute.
Senior Ophthalmic Technician in Ophthalmology department
unprofessional work environmentunhealthy working environment at the Ophthalmology Department. characterised by ineffective, negative communication, unprofessional, dishonest behavior, punitive practices policies and with strained relationships between employees and department leadership.
Health Care Assistant in King's college hospital, London
Poor management and no continuity of care King's college don't care about staff, they don't inform staff on a current plans. You can go to work today and you will be informed that your ward is being moved to another ward. Staff not knowing what next to do or you find out that you will be working in different wards each day you come to work. No continuity of care so talk about. This leave staff so depressed, because you go to work not enable to know the ward you are allocated to work.