Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Careers and Employment
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Bank Staff in North Shields, Tyne and Wear
on 19 February 2020
Good employerGood employer, friendly atmosphere, good training, supportive management and a number of jobs to apply for once training has been completed...……………...
Administrator in Cramlington, Northumberland
on 10 June 2021
Very poor managementGreat job in terms of work life balance, hours are flexible enough and still allow you to earn a good salary. Very toxic environment, management are bullies and only care about the operations of the business and not their employees. If you’re face does not fit, you will not be accepted into the team. Not a good job for your mental health
Clerical Officer in North Shields, Tyne and Wear
on 13 February 2021
Management awfulJob appears fantastic but advert very generic. Admin role varies hugely between departments and individual managers. Too many managers in hierarchy leads to slow results and too many hoops to jump through. Promotion based on if your face fits and who you know.
Memory Clinic Nurse in North Tyneside General Hospital
on 2 February 2021
This employer recognises personal and team needs and achievementsDuring the last 20 years I have worked for three NHS Trusts. Without a doubt, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust have been the most positive, supportive and encouraging employer of the three. Recognition of personal and team needs and achievements is evident, with regular e-mails to inform all employees of the current situation within the trust. This has been particularly helpful during Covid-19 pandemic and the need to update information as per government guidelines throughout each week.
Domestic Assistant in Cramlington, Northumberland
on 13 October 2020
Poor management, far too much bullyingWould not recommend working at NSECH as a domestic at all. No support from management, unfair treatment, made to feel isolated and inadequate. Far too much bullying from management, treat like school children, no appreciation for anything you do, staff moral is at an all time low, and there's an extremely high turn over due to treatment from management. The whole hospital know how badly domestics are treated and nothing ever gets done about it even if you take it higher, so unless you enjoy being bullied and intimidated then I wouldn't ever apply to be a domestic here, it's really not worth your mental health!
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