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8 days ago

Volunteer Car Drivers

UK National Health Service London, England

Short listed applicants will be contacted via the email account which they have used to apply for the post. Therefore it is… Glassdoor


21 hrs ago

Scrub Nurse/ODP (Experienced) – new

UK National Health Service London, England

Great Ormond Street Hospital is an internationally renowned hospital for children at the cutting edge of paediatric surgical advances, and is close… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Band 5 Theatre Practitioner - Day Surgery/Short Stay

UK National Health Service London, England

Barts Health NHS Trust: Barts Healths vision is to become a healthcare organisation that offers urgent specialist and community services tailored to… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Staff Nurse (Band 5) - Royal London & St Bartholomew's Hosp

UK National Health Service London, England

Barts Health NHS Trust: Barts Healths vision is to become a healthcare organisation that offers urgent specialist and community services tailored to… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Consultant Physician with Specialist interest in Diabetes and Endocri

UK National Health Service London, England

Barts Health NHS Trust: Barts Healths vision is to become a healthcare organisation that offers urgent specialist and community services tailored to… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Clinical Fellow (ST5-7 Equivalent) in Obstetric Anaesthesia x 2 – new

UK National Health Service London, England

The successful candidates will be offered a mix of clinical training, research and service in this specialist area of anaesthesia. Posts are to… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Paediatric A+E Staff Nurse

UK National Health Service London, England

St. Georges Healthcare NHS Trust is one of the UKs largest healthcare organisations and has recently integrated with Community Services Wandsworth… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Fellowship in Paediatric Urology (ST7+) GOSH/UCLH

UK National Health Service London, England

The Departments of Paediatric Urology at Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London Hospitals function as a virtual single unit… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Medical Secretary

UK National Health Service London, England

We are looking to recruit a medical secretary to join our team within the Thoracic Surgery Department at the Royal Brompton Hospital, to carry out… Glassdoor


23 hrs ago

Advanced Radiographer CT Band 7 – new

UK National Health Service London, England

The certificate covers all applications you make to UCLH for 6 months - you do not need to take the test for each job application you make. After… Glassdoor


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    NHS - Great non-pay benefits, hard to progress, poor communication, but trying to make it work

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    Former Employee - Human Resources Manager in Kent, England
    Former Employee - Human Resources Manager in Kent, England

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    Pros

    Because its an organisation accountable to the government, every effort is made for all organisations to have the same benefits including Annual leave and family friendly policies. Being such a large organisation, there is always room to develop and progress in your career, although you may be the one who has to push for it.

    Cons

    Promotion opportunities are there, although it may take you a while for you to progress in your career at the speed you want. In some cases there are gaps in "next step" positions, meaning you either have to make a really big leap to the next stage on the ladder and struggle for a while, or leave to get the right expereince elsewhere. Management communication is mostly poor as new managers are not given the support and skill develeopment they may need to learn how to run a team. Generally people feel they are overworked and underpaid - because its government run, that is generally true.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    They need to invest and provide proper structured development programmes to new managers BEFORE they start their new role and get sucked into the manic day to day working of the NHS. Time needs to be given to people,to adjust into new roles, and they need better guidance and induction into the job, making clear expectations of them, and what they should expect in return, as well as regular constructive feeedback. They need to hire more people to get the unrealistic demands of work being set unpon senior management completed. That does not mean more managers.. just more workers to delegate to.

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