St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Receptionist in Tooting Broadway Station
on 10 March 2020
Management needs looking at.
The management does not support their staff. It is a very stressful place to work but they put way to much on a person plus that person could b doing up three peoples work. When been bullied no help
HCA/Support Worker in Neurosurgy
on 19 July 2020
Racism culture, stay away.
I worked at St George's hospital for 14months neurosurgy, this hospital looks down on you by your job role. They are very racist management if you speak up about management they will destroy you, make you look incompetent and try to destroy your documents in order for you not to get hired by any other trust. St George's University Hospital are not ethical. Please avoid working there, I was shocked, ho Hospital
Pharmacy Assistant Technical Officer in London, Greater London
on 10 April 2020
I would not recommend working at Georges University Hospital.
The pharmacy management is not honest, does not care for their employees. They allowed certain employees to do things that they would turn around and punish another employee for doing the proper way. Policies are undermined by management to suit own agenda's, there is a strong sense of isolation and exclusion. Bullying does occur and is kept under wraps and within closed circles. Power and influence seem to be common politics at pharmacy. Not to mention management is antiquated and believes that everyone should be subjected to their same tactics and strategies for advancing. The workplace culture was much divided. You are looked down on depending upon your job title. I absolutely love the actual work I do. I enjoyed the learning experience but one person ruined my work life there. It is unfortunate but maybe it was a blessing in disguise. I would have never been where I am now. This is definitely not a place to stay. The pharmacy ATO position is a pass-through. Overall, it's good for some and not for others.
Specialised physiotherapy Trauma and Orthopaedic technician in Tooting
on 28 February 2020
Experience
St Georges have enabled me to meet achieve greatness. Developing me to further my skills and abilities within my healthcare career and current role as an Trauma and Orthopaedic physical therapy technician. "Best hospital to gain and further your knowledge."
Staff Member in Outpatient
on 26 February 2020
Bullying Management
The job is enjoyable. Patients are lovely. There is a culture of bullying within the hospital by managers. Your wellbeing and safety is not considered at all.
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All high ranking officials on the trust would never bother to meet you unless it is urgent and is of great importance. Aside from that you only meet them once while you do corporate induction and thats that.

Shared on 3 March 2021

How to deal with difficult patients and staff. Trust values What can I bring to the job, skills

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Time management, meeting deadlines, Negotiation Skills

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