NHS Professionals (Bank) Employee Reviews
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Shift start times vary per my choice, this makes the work flexible for many professionals with other responsibilities. Many updates on systems and learning through research help to keep you motivated and up to date.No line manager which for me is fine but for many they could feel quite isolated. A 'community hub' on line is the only available source of general contact, however Team Leaders are always available for advice if need and are super supportive.The hardest part of the job was the initial training as there is absolutely to human contact, all on line and took months because of system errors not recognising training had been completed - the most frustrating and unprofessional start to a job. However now finally on board I love it!
flexible hours working form home
Minimal team member contact
I always feel that my work is well done, and appreciated, and my manager brings the best out in me . Meet some great work colleagues, helpfull ,understanding can't do enough to help you fit in ,team players, professional, happy work place .
Work in team environment
Hard at work at time's working on the front line
I would have liked to have had more work but as the hours worked reasonably I was content. I would have liked to have worked in other areas to understand the running of the hospital. Knowledge of this would always be helpful.
More choice and insight into other connected departments
Productive and fun place to work with the advantage of learning something new every shift And the staff really show support in letting you learn something
After doing all was asked, paperwork all handed in i started my job. It was going alright until i was pestered for vaccinations, if they cared to read my paperwork they would have found out i had, had them. Then it was the online courses, if i didn't do them i was told i would not get a start date, i had already started. If your manager at wherever you are working didn't put your hours on the Nhs professionals site you would not get paid. So most of the time you had to tell your manager your hours worked which i think is rediculous in this day and age.
Free cakes, sweets, tea, coffee, crisps.
Not paid on time.
I thoroughly enjoyed the variety working on different wards and with different types of people. There was usually lots of support from co-workers. Ki
Always lots of available shifts and usually great people to work with
No cons really once struggled to get a shift signed off. It took 3 months?
It's a good system... Most wards are rude to you when you are new which is standard practice in this field Pay is good. Competitive to get shifts especially at weekends NHSp are extremely political and sometimes far too black and white
Been at nhs professionals for over 5 years loved my job and my work friends i still have contact with them, i am a hard worker love my job and role take pride in my line off duty easy too follow orders and love sharing my view im am very caring and very hands on.
So i worked here as an Recruitment Advisor on the Bank being told that I'm needed for a long time only to be greeted with a manager who doesn't know what she is doing half the time, Bullies certain people she dislikes and tries to get them fired very unprofessional how it works, Then to be fired with a weeks notice as they can't afford to keep staff on which is rubbish as they are a multi-million even Billion pound company would not recommend working here
No Job Security and Poor Management
Some Trusts still have a few problems to iron out,especially Mental Health Trusts.In the elderly dementia wards, many bank only staff turn up in jeans and trainers of all shades..most dress codes are not adhered to which is disrespectful .
MyTrusts are good with staff taking breaks..
Having to pay for car park fees.
Having previously worked from home I thought this job would be ideal for me and my family. The training was fantastic but the actual hours and job was so stressful you didn’t get help easily from management. Doesn’t help that other departments don’t support you as the front line staff. Very stressful left after 5 months
Home working, nhs benefits
No support at all from management