NHS BLOOD AND TRANSPLANT
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NHS BLOOD AND TRANSPLANT Employee Review

A hectic place

3.0
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7 June 2020
Management communication is sporadic and received potluck. They are not receptive to constructive feedback and do not have a growth mindset approach to improving ways of working.
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3.0
Work/Life Balance
2.0
Salary/Benefits
1.0
Job security/advancement
1.0
Management
3.0
Culture
Pros
Free budget snacks
Cons
Very long hours
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