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What is the organisational culture at NHS?

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The company appreciate every single person.

Answered - Health Care Support Worker (Current Employee) - Wolverhampton

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To treat staff fairly

Answered - Phlebotomist (Current Employee) - Slough, Berkshire

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Ok too many managers and supervisors

Answered - Domestic Assistant (Former Employee) - Swadlincote, Derbyshire

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Brilliant. Everyone knows their role and helps each other.

Answered - Healthcare assistant (Former Employee) - The christie

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Bullying and blame culture. Clinical Commissioning Group.

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Awful,unsupportive.every one for them selves.'blame culture' specially in nursing.no team work.

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Giving middle managers total control over their "team" contributes to the bully culture. The "team" becomes more like a cult where not idolising the leader is detrimental. Middle managers should be monitored to make sure they are treating all team members fairly.

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Good nice and friendly staff.

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Progressive research culture category at the health services.

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The trust was highly commended in the progressive research culture category at the health service.

Answered - Care Support Worker (Current Employee) - Manchester, Greater Manchester

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