The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust Employee Reviews
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A stressful environment to work in. Feel like you are constantly being criticised and no praise for doing good work. Colleagues tend to be pretty good and the work can be interesting but you go gone feeling stressed and anxious to come in the next day. The pay isn’t great either.
I'm currently employed by the trust following a recommendation from a university colleague who also worked here. I have found that the management within therapy services are very supportive, proactive with developing & progression towards the next band. I feel that the teams that I have worked with are very approachable & helpful. Everyone has made me feel welcome whether it be therapy staff or ward staff, they are all a big family with open arms during this difficult time.
Space for breaks due to COVID
Amazing workforce and managers working trust are very proactive. The HR team are very experienced and helpful and the senior management team are very approachable. However, lacks option for work life balance and flexible working and office and building environment not the best. But would recommend as always willing to provide development opportunities! Managers within the trust are very educated and willing to do what is required, supportive matrons who go above and beyond for the department.
NHS benefits, fair, one site access, good culture
Limited parking, old buildings, high staff absence
Patient contact and problem solving are my favourite part of my role. Enjoy managerial side staff appraisal and teaching. Student mentoring. Enjoy the challenge of offering services on multiple sites with staff of various skills and abilities.
Managers not at all helpful, unable to clear my name following a mistake which I didn't make & was dismissed after many years of loyal service, made to feel like a criminal and have never really got over that experience. Anxiety and depression is managed but the experience has left scars.
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Currently working on a busy specialist ward, no two days are the same, it is a privilege to nurse the patients and become a part of their journey. It is a challenge at times due to lack of resources namely staff.
This was, without a doubt, the worst job I have ever had. The management hadn't a clue what they were doing, and had allowed staff to form a clique where bigotry and laziness was allowed to thrive. I had the highest patient recruitment rate they had ever experienced, which led to my colleagues "gossiping". Dreadful lack of vision by the managers and an appalling laissez faire attitude across the staff.
Learned how to analyse data, The hardest part of the job were the deadlines for figures to be sent to the Home Office. Dealing with Alcohol and Heroin and Crack Addiction
Team Work between Nurses
Lack of Comunication
i was a work experience and young so was able to a lot of things, however the teams where very kind and willing to inform me on all the procedure they undergone.
i wish i could have stayed longer as i missed a birth with a mother whom i sent all day with
I have progressed in my employment with the trust and feel I am ready for a change in my career path.i have enjoyed working for the trust in numerous jobs and have been happy in each job i have made a lot of friends and happy memories working there.
Very good team work
Long hours and shifts
There are lots of benefits i.e. Flexibility. There are courses available. The bank is also an option. It is a very good place to work for. You are paid when off sick. Your salary increment goes up every year. There are lots of opportunities for advancement.
You are expected to work hard