Manager (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 1 May 2018
It is often said that people are nice at NICE and this really is true. Working within an arms length body of the department of health really makes you fell like you are positively contributing to the NHS and wider health and social care sector. The Organisation is committed to employees personal and professional development. Recent improvements have seen a strong increase in employee engagement, with a focus on wellbeing and shared communication. As with most public sector organisations systems and process can sometimes feel rather cumbersome. The pay and Benefits package really are very generous for an NHS agenda for change employer. The flexible working culture assists with work-life balance and is open to all.
Manager (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 23 April 2018
Fab organisation committed to employee engagement, wellbeing and professional development. Opportunity to do really valuable work that benefits the NHS and beyond.
NICE is really well-regarded and employs incredibly qualified and respected people, The offices in both Manchester and London are central and well-equipped, Lots of possibilities for homeworking and flexible hours - great for work-life balance.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 28 August 2017
The management as well as the workplace culture are extremely bad, every single day has been very boring to death. Very unwelcoming and frustrating. No clear sense of direction and support. Very poor staff engagement and reactive planning.
HR Administrator Apprentice (Current Employee) – Manchester – 4 July 2016
My current role at NICE is good and fun but only because of my team. There is not enough work and I am currently bored as I am not busy enough. I love working there as it has give me good experience in the work place but it has made me realise that office work isn't my future and I want to change it now before its to late.