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NHS Newcastle upon Tyne employee reviews

Administrator in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 3 August 2022
Great working environment
The NHS is one of the best employers for all aspects, although I think sometimes things issues can be overlooked and not dealt with and that erodes confidence and self esteem.
Domestic Assistant in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 22 July 2022
Domestic
Fantastic job - cannot fault the staff more for their accommodation and support in the job, you're never looked down on for simply being the cleaner and you're always supported.
NHS Volunteer in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 18 July 2022
Great
Great opportunities for volunteering which would be ideal for students looking to gain experience to add to university personal statements. Overall positive experience
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
Newcastle NHS Trust Admin RVI in Newcastle upon Tyne
on 2 June 2022
culture of cliques intimidating
Not all parts of NHS Work in the same way, it’s down to management how each dept is ran which creates a clique culture. I loved working there at first. But if you get intimidated bullied it’s easier for some management to turn a blind eye, to pretend as if they support you , but as management control themselves within each dept, even HR choose to not get involved allowing them to sort their own in house issues . In my opinion/experience issues are never dealt with . It’s easier for management to ignore rather deal with or escalate a problem. I left due to this unhealthy culture which towards the end caused depression with no support. If you are lucky enough to work for a dept with good manager then it’s not all that bad..

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