The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
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    1,001 to 5,000
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Rating is calculated based on 44 reviews and is evolving.



Health Care Assistant in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 1 February 2022
Very patient focused. Staff relatively undervalued.
Good place to work if you can handle people who are 2 faced and up themselves. Work load fairly easy if you're used to rushing around like a headless chicken. A lot of snowflakes and not enough backbones.
Health Care Assistant in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 27 April 2022
No advancement, very unsupportive. Lack of communication
Lack of support and communication by ward manger. Always understaffed making emotions run high between staff and affecting work relationships. Little training opportunities. Pay is a shambles.
Staff Nurse in Manchester
on 10 February 2022
I wouldn’t recommend working there. Massive blame culture and they know how to cover up
I wouldn’t recommend working there. Massive blame culture and they know how to cover up Very two faced and cliquey. Biggest regret was going to that place. Never again
HCA/Support Worker in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 5 February 2022
Love working with all the inspiring patients that willingly put themselves through chemotherapy, have the upmost respect for them all.
Lots of opportunities for learning and improving skills. My line manager was great, senior management not so great. On occasion, patients/ families can be aggressive/ angry/ generally unhappy which is to be expected in any hospital. However no support provided to staff. Management seem to 'do everything' for these people, and the ones who don't complain don't seem to get the same benefits.e.g. 1 of many examples during the pandemic - no visitors allowed in, nurses fighting for a young patients 3 children to be able to come in and see them - but wasn't allowed as 'they weren't quite dying yet' - this patient had a few weeks left. However a patient that regularly kicked off (who wasn't dying) was allowed to have open visiting and was allowed to come and go as they pleased. Doesn't seem fair, like management just want an easy life. Despite the patients, felt I needed to leave for my own mental health, as lower paid staff (i.e. bands 2,3,4,5 - even 6) are just overworked and the ones who get paid loads just seem to do nothing about it, new senior senior jobs are 'invented' on a monthly basis, e.g. seems to be more deputy/ assistance/ associate senior nurses constantly, unsure of their roles and what they actually do, but wards and outpatient depts are not able to advertise more band 2/3/4/5 jobs,and when they do it's a 6 month process and by this time more staff have left, whereas new management jobs just 'appear' monthly. have witnessed staff being threatened and screamed at, and management just seem to pander to these people and ignore staff.
Registered Nurse Associate. in Manchester
on 17 October 2021
Christie is a fun place to work. All staff are supportive and cooperative. They are keen on developing you as a person, your skills and your career
Always learning new thing at work. I love the practise of strong team work among staff. I enjoyed every bit of my work. The management is good with listening to staff and their problems. Professionalism is very paramount at all times.

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