Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
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4.0020182.0020194.002020

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HR Business Service Administration Clerk in Wigan, Greater Manchester
on 2 May 2018
Professional, Friendly, Very Busy
Great place to work with lots of chances of promotion if that is what you want. Professional, Friendly, Very Busy & Hectic. Pay could be a lot better.
Sterile Services Technician in Horwich, Greater Manchester
on 15 December 2020
Avoid
The job itself is interesting and varied, with opportunities for promotion, if that's what you want. My colleagues are amazing, but that's where the positives stop. I have told the management repeatedly that I can't get home after nine o'clock on Christmas Eve, yet they insist that everything has to be put in writing, with no flexibility, and staff are not allowed to speak their minds or express their feelings. If you get sick, you get put through the Spanish Inquisition as to why, even if for a pre-existing condition. I am looking for another job, although I shouldn't have to because of heartless managers
Clerk in WWL
on 29 January 2020
Nhs - wwl
Great place to work however poor car parking facilities due to more staff than car parks a clear expense that is not necessary on a low income. Very busy hospital with fantastic hard working staff.
Therapy Assistant in Wigan
on 3 January 2020
Supportive and friendly place to work
One of the nicest places that I have ever worked, staff are very friendly and supportive, excellent training and someone always available to help you. I worked within therapy which includes physio and occupational therapy, I really enjoyed working with the patients, they were always really appreciative of the help we gave them. I loved physio but did not enjoy occupational therapy as much as it was slower paced but both teams are amazing and I would recommend this job to anyone.
Theatre Nurse in Wrightington
on 6 June 2019
great surgery, awful manangement.
The truth is the staff overturn is above average as management treat staff like children, talking to them as though not equal. The turnover of staff is of no importance to managers whom have been groomed to behave in a way that will not be challenged by senior management. This used to be a wonderful workplace but has been allowed to go unchecked for at least 10 years, with no change in sight, promotions happen from within with middle management chosen for their particular behaviour which will be nurtured and nourished by seniors who as long as the lists are complete don't care who performs the job. This place is still the best orthopaedic hospital run on good will of good people despite their treatment.
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