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Happiness score is 58 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Trust level CEO
    72%
    approve of Trust level CEO's performance
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4m to £20m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    London, United Kingdom
  • Link
    NHS website
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Reviews

Call Handler, Single Point of Access in Bradford, West Yorkshire
on 29 June 2022
Great place to work
I have found the NHS an excellent place to work. The wage could be a little better, but you are given job security and a good work life balance. Management here is very good - they really take an interest in their staff and constantly strive for improvement. I would recommend working for the NHS.
999 operator in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 29 June 2022
Stressful work place
You'll find it hard trying to get a day off but as expected the nhs is struggling don't think you get paid enough for what you deal with people on a salary are usually over worked and don't get any credit for it
Nurse in Lothian
on 29 June 2022
Unsupported
Band 7’s give little support and not visible to staff. Spend day in the office and not interested in staff. Complaints not taken serious and issues with equipment ignore and not escalated.
Team Support Worker (Clinical) in Stockton-on-Tees
on 29 June 2022
Totally rewarding
The hardest job I’ve ever done emotionally but the reward of helping people in their darkest hour and working with great people is great and although some days can be long and stressful the good days outweigh the bad
Dental Nurse/Receptionist in Scotland
on 28 June 2022
Great employer overall
NHS is generally an ok employer. Depending on what Band you are. Time off is good and great perks such as sick pay, maternity pay etc. can be long hours at times

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Average experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

What would you do if a patient tells you something but asked you to keep it secret?

Shared on 17 March 2022

Experience with mental health?

Shared on 10 March 2022

Usual stuff like experience and are you willing to do overtime when the need arises etc.

Shared on 18 February 2022

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