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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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Staff Nurse in London
on 11 August 2022
Great and rewarding just understaffed
Job would be amazing if staffing was amazing which unfortunately it’s not been made to be an attractive job. Staff are supportive in most places you work
Hospital Porter in Airdrie
on 12 August 2022
Very exhausting at times, not appreciated
I loved working for the NHS when I started portering 3 years ago, but since covid and all the backlog that has built up, we’re (overworked) (under staffed) (underpaid) (unappreciated) basically not a good place to work now, everyone tries their best, but when your understaffed the strain you can feel as soon as you start your shift until you finish it, I’m trying very hard now to get employment elsewhere, I never thought I’d feel like that this in nhs, but it is what it is, and all you hear is off staff is, I’m leaving,They are already thousands short of staff, and the way we are being treated that’s only going to get worse not better, so the ones that are still in there have the burden of covering up the staffing problems by doing extra themselves, which is taking it’s toll, I’m disgusted at the government for they’re failure in allowing this to happen in the first place, it’s pretty simple to be honest, give a pay that reflects the work that we all do, that in turn will help bring back some staff and encourage others to join nhs, and start appreciating what every staff member is going through in these hard time, I’m a very sad man that feels, as do thousands of others, under appreciated, underpaid, overworked, and that basically is it in a nutshell 😞
Administration Assistant in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
on 11 August 2022
Higher Management not supportive
NHS is lacking funding in all areas but you can see where money is being wasted. Long waiting lists. Lots of unnecessary organisational changes. Work / home life balance is excellent and the rate of pay is competitive.
Administrator in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
on 11 August 2022
Stressful place to work
Stressful place to work. Management are difficult to work for. However professional health care staff are great to work with.Enjoyed working alongside healthcare staff.
Health Care Support Worker Staffordshire in Staffordshire
on 11 August 2022
Rewarding
A fast paced most days, time goes fast, patients are lovely. It’s a rewarding job, when you get good feedback. We have a great team of hard working staff who pull together. We always have deadlines to meet lots of patients to take care of, they are always very grateful which gives you happiness knowing we are doing a great job.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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

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

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