North of England Commissioning Support
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Link
    North of England Commissioning Support website
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Senior HR Officer in Durham
on 4 September 2020
Good managers
During my time as a temp here I worked with some good BPs and managers.Only problem was the people at my level were just nasty pieces of work and bullying.
HR Assistant in Durham
on 11 October 2021
Avoid!!
I worked in the HR department and it was like a witches coven. Very, very cliquey with some very questionable behaviour from some people. I only stayed because it was a temp gig and certainly wasn't sad when it ended.
Senior HR Officer in Durham City Centre, Durham
on 17 August 2021
Good place to work, although different from lot of other NHS
Worked with some great people here, and really interesting work that kept me engaged. Feel like I've learnt a lot while I've been here and has really helped me to progress.
Project Manager in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
on 10 October 2020
Chaotic, no leadership, cliquey
I worked for the Projects and Programme Team at Durham and Middlesbrough. I have never worked for such a disorganised department before. They employ people to fill and retain the headcount budget not because resource is needed so lots of people have nothing to do. They regularly promote their favourites through tokenistic interview processes when it’s clear to anyone who is going to be selected. There is an accepted culture of bullying with multiple grievances in the short period that I worked there. I would never recommend NECS to anyone, I was embarrassed to work there.
Service Desk Analyst in Durham, Durham
on 21 May 2020
Be warned
Thinking about working here? Stress levels in the service desk are insanely high. Targets are only manageable if the daily MI is avoided. micro managed at every chance by team leads who belittle staff constantly, treated as a child if you make a mistake. Training is listening to calls, with constant new work loads added to your daily tasks, no support from team leads, Who are always too busy to respond. Expected to learn knowledge base updates without been told they have even changed. New staff constantly need training by staff trying to take calls, which results in more call volumes for remaining staff. It's all about saving money and having the minimal staff to cover call volumes.

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