Public Health Wales NHS Trust
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Pharmacy Assistant in Bangor (ysbyty gwynedd)
on 20 January 2018
Dispenser, stock control
I currently work for the NHS in a hospital pharmacy in north Wales (Bangor). It is a job I enjoy but I want to move closer to family and would like to continue to carry on working in this profession.
Biomedical Scientist in Pontyclun, Rhondda Cynon Taff
on 19 August 2020
Do not work for Screening
Bullying, no training no development. If you are a yes person who has no opinion then you will go far. Corrupt place of work and jobs given to low experienced staff without qualifications
Biomedical Scientist in Cardiff
on 15 December 2019
The labs
Very tough competitive environment. Difficult to get promotion within or career progression. Hard work and long hours to get the massive work load done. No work life balance. Lack of support from higher management and management outside of the laboratories. All departments are struggling. Public health Wales are not in touch with their staff well being.
Health protection nurse in Swansea
on 24 November 2019
The most corrupt organisation I’ve ever worked for. Full of absolutely game players. Don’t go there. If you’re a yes person you’ll be fine. It’s not the place for honest decent people to work.
Recruitment Advisor in Cardiff, Cardiff
on 18 March 2019
Too many chiefs
Far too many people in management positions telling front line staff what to do and how to do it. Shared Service is a joke and is rife with nepotism. If you're sleeping with a manager then you will get far...otherwise, be happy with what you have and don't rock the boat!!
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