Clerical Officer in Stockport, Greater Manchester
Wages are poor for the amount of work expected. Wages & Management need a complete overhaul
Busy days juggling several jobs at once. I've learnt new systems. Management have no idea what your job entails. There is a 'bullying' culture in the NHS & Staff are not involved in decisions involving changes to your job.The hardest part of the job is dealing with management & the lack of communication. The best part is the job, people you work with & the patients.
N/A in Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Nhs vs dhu
The Nhs as hospitals are shocking. Especially the admin side of it. The managers don’t care, all they do it put you down and talk about you behind your back. Now on the other hand you have DHU that is a part of the NHS and I have never seen a better company, that wants to put all there staff though training and getting them qualifications to get them pay rises. The pay is awesome and the support from all the staff is out standing.
Mental Health Nurse in Coventry
Good place to work
Overall the NHS is a good place to work however there is a lot of snobbery. Take it or leave it I suppose it’s a middle class profession. A lot of bullying and backstabbing you got to be ready for it.
Do not work for the NHS unless you are happy to be a nomadic worker as, you will.be underpaid, and cronyism is rife, so you wont get on unless your face fits.
until staff employed in the nhs realise they !!!!! are there for the wellbeing of all the patients abd to be professional civilised yo all !!!!!!!!!! staff ! not just those from theur villave ,country etc then the nhs is not a pkace i will stay long in,tvey stress fromthe staff far outweighs that of a mentally illhumanbeing