Swansea Bay University Health Board
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Health Care Assistant in Swansea, Swansea
on 8 April 2022
Not a nice place to work
One of the worse places to work. People are there as nurses and carers but the place is full of bullies and management just try blame it on your mental health instead of sorting the problem. Staff are nasty to patients to and they shouldn’t be doing that sort of job because they don’t care they just there for the money
Support Services Assistant in Singleton hospital
on 12 February 2022
Hard work but rewarding
Hard work often short staffed but worth it in the end, management are helpful and the supervisors provide excellent support, basically a job for life
Phlebotomist/ Clinical Healthcare Support Worker in Swansea
on 8 February 2022
Lots of opportunities and training
I have grown in confidence through their excellent training and values.I have gained an enormous amount of skills.Always had overtime when I needed it
Health Care Support Worker in Morriston
on 27 October 2021
Very stressful job
I find being a health care worker your a dogs body and expected to do everything from personal care obs and every bit off paper work feeding and you are the ones that notice if people are sick and changing there ways it’s hard work with very little support
Domestic Cleaner in Swansea
on 27 October 2021
BANK 0 hours cleaner for NHS Hospital
No job security or guaranteed hours.Management treat you as a resource rather than an individual. Speaking in a disrespectful manner such as: "I need someone to work on...". Can you do it? Which might come across as selfish.Most managers have been in the trust for decades probably because of the job security and salary/pension benefits from being long-term term employees of the board. They have trained 100's of new domestic/cleaners since the pandemic started, yet they are constantly hiring.Job tasks require little skill, so it should be great for people who have limited skills/work experience.Train you, but then make no attempt to proactively offer you any work - even though you have to go through a rigorous vetting process before you are invited for an induction.Overall the contract and the nature of the job and/treatment means that to me this job is a scam. Which is incredible given that it is working for the great NHS.

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