Complaint Manager in Glasgow, Glasgow
The NHS is a good steady job
I enjoyed my time within the NHS and was able to progress in my career. I have learned many new skills met all grades of staff. My highlight was being able to assist or offer advice to staff, patients and all other bodies
Registered Nurse in Queen elizabeth Hospital Glasgow
Don't have any expectations
After 40 yrs it's sad to write about the negative aspects of health care. Everything falls to the Staff Nurse. Ward manager & Lead nurse vanish at 4.00pm so you are left with finding beds, admissions all your own work. Also you have to give out meals as no one has realised the trolley can move but the care assistant complain. Its overwhelming, expect to be overworked with no support. Complaints mean not coping. Not a lifetime job. Health Hazard!! & no respect from colleagues.
Staff Nurse in Grampian Region
Awful place to work. Management just not able to do what the title suggests........manage.Dont consider working for them if you want to be treated fairly and to be part of the team.
Within NHSAA, poor management, long hours, no job advancement, unsupported. Promotion not determined by ability or experience. Left nursing as a result of my experience here.
Health Care Support Worker in Grampian Region
Job for life!
I've worked for NHS in England for 15 years and now work for NHS in Scotland. They are a great employer to work for, lots of benefits and you meet many people from a a variety of backgrounds. The staff are professional in their job, despite the pressures they all face. Joining the NHS is like joining a new family.