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About the company

  • CEO
    Trust level CEO
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4m to £20m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 3.1K reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Telephone Referral Coordinator in West Sussex
on 30 September 2021
Team support strong
Enjoyed my post immensely, relocated due to bereavement, unable to identify a similar post in my area, will keep looking, as I loved the job, and always gave it 100%
Compliance Officer in Craigavon
on 13 October 2021
Good fun
VERY GOOD AND ENJOYABLE, fast and sometimes even slow, though you get used to it. Win some lose some. I had an outstanding boss, fella was always there to help
Clerical Officer in Bolton
on 7 October 2021
Wouldn't recommend at all
Been here for 5 years or so, working with colleagues is really good but have to watch out as some can snitch over you when you say the smallest thing. Workload is absolutely terrible and the pay isn't worth what you do there. You're doing 2/3 people's jobs and pay is bad, when you wish to escalate matters as its too stressful, nothing gets done. There are people who are on band 3 that do less work than what I've done and the workload is very similar. You can kiss your sorry backside goodbye if you think you can progress in career there. Overall I wouldn't recommend working there at all due to poor management and pay isn't as good as what people make it out to be. They will look at one fault and make it into a big issue rather than the 99 good you did. No recognition whatsoever.
Domestic Assistant in Unknown
on 7 October 2021
Stressful
Working in stressful situation because of supervisor in charge. Supervisor made so conflicts and never been supportive.......,...................
Phlebotomist in Wolverhampton
on 7 October 2021
Sometimes demoralising
Not a satisfying job any more!!Rushed,no 9time for proper patient care and phlebotomy is very under paid.You work alone in the community doing house calls and clinics and are paid the same as domestic and reception staff.We all feel very UNDERVALUED

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Interview is average
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