The Shrewsbury And Telford Hospital NHS Trust
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Health Care Assistant in Shrewsbury
on 10 May 2021
Stressful, but extremely rewarding.
As an Hca the job is very much front line with most of working day spent with patients. This aspect I love, but the ever increasing workload, paperwork and short staffing means I feel I can't always give the care and adequate time to the patients I'd like. The team I work with work well together and are on the whole, lovely people with a great attitude to the patients. Other wards aren't necessarily as cohesive. Some are chaotic due to short staffing, but I found they made the day easier with a good sense of comradery. I have to say, the hospital is the friendliest place I've ever worked, though occasionally I feel undervalued for what I do.
Health Care Assistant in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
on 5 April 2021
Good place to work
Overall a good place to work as a Bank member of staff you can work across both sites which provides lots of flexibility and learning progression. Definitely recommend.
Medical Laboratory Assistant in Shrewsbury, Shropshire
on 4 March 2021
Medical laboratory assistant (sath)
The reason I left the job I truly loved was through management, if your face fits and you have a degree and private education you will fit in perfectly, if not good luck!!!! you will be pushed aside as we quickly found out. I worked with an amazing bunch but the management was cruel,bullying tactics and don't expect fair treatment if you have young children it doesn't exist, there are examples of this which I personally experienced i will not post on here due to annonimty. Such a shame loved the job, but majorily let down by management.
Senior Screener/Grader for Diabetic Eye Screening Programme in Shrewsbury
on 16 December 2020
Band 6 Practitioner with good support
I applied for a Band 6 role as an Allied Healthcare Professional - equivalent to a nurse sister - and worked there for 13 years. I was encouraged to expand my interests to become a staff mentor, and Public Health England Professional Clinical Adviser. Exceptionally worthwhile.
Rgn in Ward based at Shrewsbury hospital
on 7 October 2020
I trained here as a registered nurse and left Shrewsbury hospital when my husband was badly bullied.
A culture of bullying has existed for years and years. I have seen colleagues bullied so they left the hospital- not one but several ,good nurses and other staff who did not deserve to be treated so despicably, they were not listened to when they raised concerns but made to feel it was them , deemed troublemakers and ring -fenced. In the 1990 era , with an increasing middle management, and the Hr department under new management a change in culture emerged.Things changed so much for the worst and bullying became a learned ,insiduous behaviour , and rife. It was almost a game of cat and mouse with the bullies and Hr against the person raising concerns. Feeling alone ,trying to do your job to the best of your ability and having to look over your shoulder wondering what would happen every day you went to work caused undue stress and the most horrible working environment imaginable. The hospital is the most un- caring stressful work place yet should be anything but this. The Hr used clever tactics and seemed to enjoy putting you on edge and the pressure and stress over time would lead to you leaving or having health issues caused because of it. Whistleblowing to protect patients, having integrity and being honest gets you all this. I would NEVER recommend working here to anyone . I know of no less than six NHS staff at this hospital in just a few years be bullied in this way and the culture was ignore ,it doesn’t happen. The lies that are told and used against you make you feel you are going crazy yet you know that the truth is the truth. I would commend anyone to stand up and speak out truthfully , but so many would not when they know others who have been treated so badly . The culture has clearly been allowed to become the norm. But,as the saying goes - what goes around comes around ,now brave patients who are now sharing their experiences may just make a difference and the truths of their experiences collectively will be heard and learned from.I hope this will be food for thought for any hospital .

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Insights from 27 Indeed users who have interviewed with The Shrewsbury And Telford Hospital NHS Trust within the last 5 years.

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They will ask you about the trust values which you can find on the trust site also they will ask what can you off to the post and also they may ask you what would you do if a patient was aggressive or a relative, also may ask what would you do in certain situations.

Shared on 25 January 2019

I was asked where I would like to work. Put me on a ward I didn’t request even tho there was jobs going in preferred wards. De skilled on the ward i currently work!

Shared on 14 October 2018

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