I had a manager who spoke badly about people and I soon became his target. I was segregated from my colleagues and constantly criticized for speaking up and asking questions. I could write screeds but that would expose my identity.
Bullying in the NHS is a serious issue and many of those who are in power abuse it. They have no empathy and haven't a clue how to manage people.
Managers should have a better understanding of EDHR and check what their workforce are upto from time to time. Managers should be approachable. A manager should have a general sound understanding and basic level of experience in job roles they manage. Managers should rectify their mistakes with openness at the earliest convince.
Currently employed by the NHS years of employment within 3 different divisions and hoping to move on to another soon
Be prepared for stupid questions for non clinical roles from a tick sheet. If you don’t make enough ticks you don’t get the job. Experience means nothing nor does personality it’s about how many points you score. It’s disgusting!
I share the same values that underpins what the NHS is about. I have a wealth of knowledge in health and social care with experience in providing support and solutions to promote health and well-being. I enjoy helping others.
Can anyone give me any help with what the maths test is based on? I’m not really good at maths and would like to try and do some revision on it beforehand. Thanks