Swansea Bay University Health Board
Happiness score is 62 out of 100
2.9 out of 5 stars.
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Health Care Assistant in Swansea, Swansea
on 14 December 2022
Not great
No support, management that won’t take responsibility for anything. Patients treat staff like rubbish. Not safe environment for staff or patients. Some staff get away with doing nothing.
Speech and Language Therapist in Swansea, Swansea
on 7 February 2023
Great Team
A really lovely place to work with a kind and caring team who are always there to support you achieve your best. The only thing keeping the final star away is the NHS is slowly dwindling away and the lack of funding has its effects
Health Care Assistant in Swansea
on 3 November 2022
Gghngg Very friendly place to work. Almost everybody is happy in day to day roles. Constant interference from management. We were heavily tracked and monitored, and disciplined for the most minor transgressions (clocking out 1 minute early (not joking)). Bonus targets were constantly being moved further away with new tasks added to workload with no allowance for time to complete these. Non existent COVID 19 policy. Very poor work/life balance. Weekly shame meetings to explain to management and peers all mistakes you have made the previous week.
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
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

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