- Sheffield, England (UK)
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Work life balance is generally good but studying often has to be done out of hours (in 4 reviews)
Reasonable salary, still has a good pension scheme despite recent increase in contributions and reduction in pension (in 3 reviews)
Not enough staff- in the present economic climate the NHS is simply underfunded and lacks staff (in 5 reviews)
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I worked at National Health Service (More than a year)
Good Benefits, Chilled back environment
Project management is not good
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I worked at National Health Service as a contractor (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
I was paid very well for what I was doing. I was on a great team with really helpful and friendly colleagues. My manager was a kind and generous person who was very concerned for our welfare.
I sometimes had to work unsociable hours to accomodate staff who did not work during normal hours. Often had to rechedule things multiple times due to unforseen scheduling conflicts.
Advice to Management
I noticed a lot of people working really hard who complained about not getting recognition for it, and others who pretended to work hard but did not and getting away with it which was a detriment to the morale of their colleagues.
I have been working at National Health ServiceDoesn't RecommendDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendDisapproves of CEO
In some cases a feeling of satisfaction when doing the job well. variety of work if in a large pathology epartment.
The hours, Pay structure for out of core hour work is not good compared to private sector. Being taken for granted by senior management. Decisions made at higher levels by management who have no real idea of what goes on at lower levels. Despite what anybody says, the service is driven by budget not patient needs.
Advice to Management
fight for a fair budget to enable top quality patient care. The health service seems to be increasingly budget driven resulting in a poorer quality service.