West London NHS Trust Employee Reviews
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I loved working for WLMHT, great place to gain experience and feels as part of a family. However the management of bank staff is horrendous and bank staff are treated very poorly. Would take months to book a shift or contact management regarding training, concerns etc. After numerous attempts of trying to contact them, I decided to leave. This was such a shame as I loved working at the hospital.
Fantastic work experience
Treatment of bank staff
As above I’d love to work there again if the right opportunity were to arise. The people and structure was good and a great place to work. I really enjoyed working as part of the team and believe that I contributed in moving the business forward
When I first started I was told there was lots of projects coming up & that I will be busy, within a few weeks my manager started micro-managing me and I have never worked/been treated like that in my whole entire working career. I eventually got frustrated as anyone would I spoke to my manager about his micro-managing and he wasn't very forthcoming. He eventually told me to leave on a weeks notices just a few weeks before Christmas, who does that? and knowing that I am a single mother. I was initially on a 3-6 month contract that didn't even last 3 months.
I worked at west London NHS trust in a variety of health service roles between 1982 and 2019 when I retired, I found it a friendly organisation that supported my development.
Very supportive in educational development
Working in NHS WLMHT has been one of the greatest experiences in my working career. Staff were very friendly and welcoming the moment I started as well as the management. Working here has given me the opportunity to polish up my skills and learn new things with incredibly smart and fresh minds.
I co-produce the course decided upon. Team work with my professional co worker is important and happens well. We both have important input. The Hub where we deliver the courses is a comfortable and welcoming place. All the folk that work there relate well with each other. There is always a nice air of creativity and caring. The hardest part of my job is the anxiety that the course will be appreciated and attended from session one until the last session. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping folk see/discover a way they can manage themselves and a smile on their face when they discover something enlightening.
nice kitchen to make tea and coffee, friendly atmosphere, being out of my comfort zone and being challenged.
my own anxiety (but i guess that's quite normal)
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