Luton and Dunstable Hospital
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Coordinator in Luton and Dunstable Hospital
on 8 July 2021
Standard office work
Good if you like structure. Most days consist of answering emails, filling clinics, and adding referrals onto the system. Each speciality runs slightly differently, so you may end up doing more of one thing than someone else. Management is okay, but very quick to jump to conclusions about things sometimes. I get along with everyone okay, most people are friendly and you can have a laugh. Can be hard when you have difficult secretaries or patients on the phone, and trying to keep up with the workload can feel impossible sometimes. Once you’ve got a hang of the systems, the job itself is usually pretty easy and straightforward. You just have a lot of it! Also quite good job security, unless you quit or really mess up, you’re unlikely to lose your job. It’s also a lot easier to advance to higher jobs once you’ve started in the hospital at a band 2 or 3.
Meal Time Assistant in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 11 June 2020
Working with patients and staff was a delight due to the constantly changing environment. I have learned to work efficiently in a team to get a job done as well as learn to interact with different types of people who suffer from various health conditions. The hardest part was working with difficult patients who sometimes were very agitated. The best part was knowing that you are a part of the patients' recovery.
Housekeeper/Cleaner in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 19 February 2020
wards are busy, staff are short staffed always but most are friendly. patients can be demanding the staff are always running around but try to keep the patients happy.
Hospital porter in Luton
on 30 January 2020
overall the job was a typical working day type of job. i learned a lot when it came to working as a team and meeting deadlines and expectations. has its own selective work culture which i was happy to be apart of
Housekeeper and food services in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 6 November 2019
Terrible management and unatanable goals placed on staff with no aupport
The daily activities of this job is too much for one person . You will often if not everday have no lunch break as well as being checked randomly by inspectors. If there was a fault it meant you staying later to correct it . Management is corrupt and unsupportive. This makes for a depressing and highly stressful environment. workplave
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