Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
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Staff Nurse in Rochdale, Greater Manchester
on 16 September 2022
Average workplace
Not a bad place to work. However many issues working for the NHS as a whole. Often moved to other wards and areas by managers due to staffing issues. Concerns not heard when uncomfortable about the area you were being sent to.
Clinical Support Worker in Manchester
on 22 July 2022
Great place to work
Great place to work, hard work and fast paced but rewarding. Lots of different departments so there is chance to change which one you're working in via applying internally when a job comes up
Medical Laboratory Assistant in the royal oldham hospital
on 21 July 2022
Nice people but poor management
Its okay. Wouldn't want to work here long term but I worked part-time whilst in Uni so treated it as a saturday job. There is little room for progression and interviews for higher positions are handed out randomly and are completely biased. It is a nice place to work and the people are lovely, it is easy to pick up overtime.
Trainee Nursing Associate in Salford
on 30 June 2022
very stressful environment to work in as it is very understaffed everywhere. Shift patterns are very good and can have a lot of time off in one go. but when you are actually there it is very stressful and you feel under appreciated.
Staff Nurse Band 5 in Salford
on 3 April 2022
Was wonderful, now too many chiefs and not enough staff.
I have worked here since I qualified in 2018. It was an excellent preceptorship as a new nurse and pre covid was a great place to work. Since covid and beyond it has changed. There are so few staff now that you do have to take on more and more patients past the recommended patient to nurse ratio, many of the lead nurses only care about beds and will not step in to help you and it is clear that you, as a nurse are not important. I have experienced not a great deal of support from management, and feel I need to look elsewhere for a job. This is a shame because it is an excellent hospital and was once an amazing place to work and I loved it. But too many chiefs have made it almost unbearable at times, and I have felt continuous anxiety about each shift. If they were able to recruit and retain a lot more staff and deal with the poor top level management I'm sure it would go back to being a wonderful workplace.

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