Nurse (Former Employee) – NURSE – 25 February 2018
friendly place to work, all grades of staff make the hospital an excellent place to work. Overall facilities for the staff aren't great for example canteen expensive and small portions, only a small negative for a good place to work overall
AHP (Current Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 5 June 2017
Great place to work. Always looking for ways to improve services. Listens to the opinions of staff and implements change when nescssary. As with all NHS Trusts budgets are being cut year on year so always looking for ways to save money
Stressful and uncaring toward staff with a bullying culture
Nurse (Former Employee) – Bolton NHS foundation trust – 9 April 2017
unsupportive managers without qualifications and qualities to care and manage staff effectively. Low morale, poor staff levels to care for patients. Lack of compassion towards staff who are expected to work in unsafe conditions. Only time improvements are made is when visits are made by auditors etc staff development poor a bare minimum or non existent
It is nice to say you work at the hospital but once you are in it is very difficult to advance up the ranks. You can get stuck in a rut and very little in the way of career prospects, especially as an apprentice.
Cadet (Current Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 13 March 2017
I currently work with the trust as part as my college placement as a cadet , the trust is a very loving and caring environment . All the staff wishing the trust aim to succeed all exspectations and do so .
Clerical Officer (Current Employee) – Bolton – 14 May 2016
Working at McDonald's can be stressful and robotic, but at the same time it is a fun place to work, as you are working in a small area, therefore team work is key and creating bonds with your colleagues is also essential.
Procurement Assistant (Current Employee) – Bolton – 25 June 2015
Processing requisitions into purchase orders for the whole hospital whether it be for a pack of staples or a hospital bed. Able to work on own initiative deciding if i could place the order at the given price or if i could find it at a cheaper price with a different supplier. Able to speak confidently on the telephone to both members of staff and suppliers. Working as part of a friendly team, all able to help each other out when required.
Discounts with major companies and subsidised parking.
Held - Healthcare Assistant (Former Employee) – Farnworth, ENG – 29 April 2015
A typical day was very busy but interesting. I learned to have more patience and understanding. The management were mostly supportive. My co-workers were good to work with like friends. The hardest part of my job was the long hours and the stress. The most enjoyable part was helping the patient and staff.