Chef (Current Employee) – London – 19 November 2017
At the moment the company are making a lot of cuts which means we are extremely short staffed which has caused a decline in the business. Sadly this is making it less enjoyable! It has been a lovely place to work at due to all the wonderful people and the benefits. When i first started it was amazing but a different story now.
Cardiothoracic sister (Former Employee) – Cardiothoracic unit 5th floor – 14 December 2016
My responsibilities as a cardiothoracic sister at London bridge hospital : taking charge day and night shifts, mentoring junior staff, maintain high standard of nursing care at all times, monitoring if staff follows all hospital protocols and policies and also if nurses are demonstrating understanding of the importance of the NMC code of conduct in order to maintain safe nursing practice.
Materials Assistant (Former Employee) – London Bridge – 11 April 2016
A typical day for me would be very busy, meeting the demands of the department that I maintained. My job required me to be on top of stock control everyday, answering phone calls and emails, chasing queries and stock with the expectation that is would be done immediately.
Once the stock had arrived we booked this in and chased any backorders. Then we delivered the stock to our departments as part of the service we provided. We would then be stock counting and checking to see if there is any losses and reporting this to our manager. I attended Team meetings and discussed any issues that had arisen and also improvements that could be made.
I learned many things the first was to keep on top my work and to meet deadlines. I also worked as a team and learnt to work colleagues as with as well as taking my own initiative.
Housekeeping consumables (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 3 February 2016
Is a very good place to work, how ever the salary is not really the best as London is becoming more and more expensive. London bridge is ea very nice place to work , close to where I live, there different shift for work and is open 24 seven.
2nd / 3rd Class (Current Employee) – London Bridge Hospital – 27 January 2016
DO NOT consider working at London Bridge Hospital unless you are replacing the CEO.
The managers are all bullies. They don't even associate themselves with the staff who they look down on. There is this class culture throughout the hospital. The pay is rubbish; after 3 years I finally got a 1% raise which on a salary that is already so low it makes enough difference to buy a 10pence chew if I contribute 2pence.
The smokers get as many breaks as they want
Bad management, rubbish pay, lack of progression, class culture, bullying