Employee (Current Employee) – Lancashire – 8 January 2019
Life changing organisation to work for! If you want to feel undervalued and worthless then please go ahead and take my job! Right hand doesn't know what left is doing, no continuity and not in touch with the real world. NWAS has completely destroyed me as a person , Ican not be an individual here. ABSOLUTELY SOUL DESTROYING place to work, 10 people resigned in my role whilst I was in the first two weeks of training. Staff are constantly leaving thier desks in tears. If you are a robot and can't think for yourself - and dont mind beind demoralised daily -apply. But if you have a brain, life experiences, logic, empathy and intelligence AVOID at all costs. NWAS doesn't help people it hinders and destroys them. No wonder the NHS is in such a mess when often NWAS is the starting point.
The retention of staff is none existent.
Nice location and met some nice people
Everything - managers cant manage, robot's needed! Not what you need as a member of the public!
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Cheshire – 31 August 2019
This can be a very rewarding job in many aspects. On the front line of patient care we are everything from social workers to counsellors and police. There is room for progression but staff tend to feel unheard and under valued.