York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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About the company

  • CEO
    Simon Morritt
  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 34 reviews and is evolving.


Bank Health Care Assistant in Scarborough
on 24 July 2021
Takes a while to adjust and find your place as you tend to get lost in the shuffle sometimes, but once you start to pick things up it’s a generally decent place to work with very good pay and opportunities to learn.
IT in York
on 3 May 2021
Bullying in Management, corrupt HR
Working for this Trust was the worst experience in my career. I loved the work and working for the NHS but the dept managers were awful and had zero consideration for the wellbeing of staff. Experience with HR managers was just as bad, openly discussing confidential cases and siding with managers because of personal biases. It took me months to repair my self esteem after working in this place. The Trust say they support diversity, but at the core are ableist and ruthless.
Health Care Assistant in York
on 4 February 2021
Health care
With a health care you have to know and do vast amounts of jobs Which is really good However when you see domestics getting the same pay for a lot less work It makes me wonder why
Staff Nurse in York
on 19 September 2020
supportive management and good team work
Supportive management, good flexibility and team work. Work in healthcare setting can be stressful and fast paced a lot of the time. But can also be rewarding.
HCA in Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire
on 28 August 2020
Terrible Management Cronyism and Nepotism
Low wages = Low standards. Management make it up as they go along, stressing how we should all follow sops, whilst they break the rules to suit themselves, their whims, their corner cutting, and if staff try to follow correct procedures against their unethical wishes then they actually invent stories to get us into trouble, disciplinaries etc. The rhetoric is nauseating, the trust values are not followed. Supervisors and managers demonstrate blatant favoritism. They cultivate the culture of divided staff to use them against each other. The staff whose faces fit have things how they like it and newbies and those out of the clique are the dogs bodies. There is a deep culture of the abuse of power and of bullying. HR are a great let down, clearly biased in support of management, even when presented with hard evidence, so there is nowhere to go when treated unfairly. I would not recommend the place to anyone.

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Why am I suitable? What would i do if...., ? Do i know about COSHH?

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