BMI Healthcare FAQ

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21 English questions out of 21

31 October 2019

What is health insurance like at BMI Healthcare?

Pros

Private healthcare scheme Some nice colleagues

Cons

Awful management Rubbish pay Rude and unfriendly culture Lack of processes No HR No career development Highly political Not supportive Lack of ownership Negative atmosphere

Advice to Management

Leave

Private healthcare scheme

31 October 2019

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16 September 2020

Does BMI Healthcare have a pension plan?

Pros

Friendly staff, made to feel welcome

Cons

Poor pension, poor sick pay

Poor pension, poor sick pay

16 September 2020

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10 December 2018

How are senior leaders perceived at BMI Healthcare?

Pros

New CEO has very inclusive leadership style. Access to training and development is outstanding.

Cons

Variability of salaries across staff doing same job. Lot of good will and flexibility is required - but that is the same for all similar private sector jobs.

Advice to Management

Continue to provide support and leadership to take our hospital forward. Continue to listen to all staff.

New CEO has very inclusive leadership style.

10 December 2018

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31 October 2019

How are the career development opportunities at BMI Healthcare?

Pros

Private healthcare scheme Some nice colleagues

Cons

Awful management Rubbish pay Rude and unfriendly culture Lack of processes No HR No career development Highly political Not supportive Lack of ownership Negative atmosphere

Advice to Management

Leave

No career development

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7 April 2020

What is the feeling of job security at BMI Healthcare?

Pros

Met some really great people Hospital closed over holiday periods

Cons

Company is too focused on image and profit rather than staff happiness and welfare. Staff don’t get the recognition they deserve and yet management are quick to highlight and scrutinise mistakes. Constant blame culture between department managers. Lack of progression opportunities provided. No payscale between job roles, everyone on significantly different salaries despite experience. Lack of support from management, who are often unapproachable. No loyalty for staff who have worked for the company for years. No encouragement or incentives to stay.

No loyalty for staff who have worked for the company for years.

7 April 2020

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