Estates (Former Employee) – Greater Manchester – 18 May 2018
I worked in estates awful department management is clueless full of semi retired people who just don’t care. Tradespeople are unqualified and have very poor workmanship overall would not work here again.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Trafford, Greater Manchester – 31 December 2017
I worked in a dark, cold, horrible office with awful colleagues and dreaded going in everyday. Gossip was disgusting for such a small office. Bored, middle aged women with nothing better to talk about. Management were not very supportive and spent all day complaining about personal health issues which made the working environment unbearable . Personally, i do not think enough training was provided and the wages were shocking. Signed off work by the doctor due to stress and anxiety and never returned... thank god!
Typical day would be contacting clients by telephone/face-2-face or group work to provide psychosocial interventions using C.B.T. Management could be improved and more supportive. Workplace culture is working through lunch or being interrupted or other challenges. Hardest part of the job were the target-oriented and caseload parts. Most enjoyable were great relationships and support from colleagues and the work conducted with clients and feeling a sense of achievement when positive feedback was given from clients and other colleagues.
Administration Assistant (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 3 January 2017
I'm looking seriously at this job just because of the freedom which you giving to me also I like a time when finishing all my job role. To answer the phone call filling a table is just a part of wok which I would love to do it also I got good manner and leadership, communication skills to do this job properly. The hardest part of this job is to do a job right and how to suppose to be.
Health and Wellbeing Advisor (Current Employee) – Tameside – 26 October 2016
Job Work/Life Balance
Emphasis on up to date training & competencies & the importance of team work makes it a cohesive, safe atmosphere
Health Visitor (Former Employee) – Old Trafford – 7 October 2016
Encouraging integration & pro active communication on a daily basis between social care agencies and health agencies. It was a fun place in Trafford, from where I recently retired. Co workers were supportive & the importance of working as a team is the main foundation of belief.
Health & social care agencies are situated together .
Knowledge Management and e-Learning Facilitator (Current Employee) – Ashton-Under-Lyne, ENG – 11 March 2015
A typical day at work would be to arrive early, review work plan and prepare tasks for co-workers.
I have had the luxury of being able to practice what I preach in a learning and development environment in the development opportunities I have taken and promoted.
Great emphasis is placed on strong leadership and supportive management and I have been able to learn and experience this culture in my day to day work.
The most difficult part of the job is the same as all NHS organisations are experiencing, having to prioritise in the face of budget constraints.
The most enjoyable part is the culture of continuous development and having the opportunity to practice this on a daily basis. Also, the flexibility and freedom to determine my own work day which enables an excellent work life balance.
Health Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Rochdale, salford, bury – 19 January 2015
My duties are to support the registered nurse in implementing the agreed plan of care with the patient and in accordance with instructions and training received. • washing and dressing • serving patients meals and assisting with feeding when necessary • helping people to mobilize • toileting • bed making • generally assisting with patients' overall comfort • monitoring patients' conditions by taking temperatures
Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (CBT) (Current Employee) – ENG – 31 March 2014
A busy fast paced working environment.The majority of the day is spent assessing and treating patients, depending on their presenting problems and the most effective treatment modality and intervention required. I am always learning and refining my skills and knowledge for the benefit of my patients. I work with a fantastic and conscientious team of people who work extremely hard and put their patients at the centre of what they do. The hardest part of the job is in having a waiting list so not being able to see people as quickly as we would like and also not being able to offer longer for their treatment. It's is also difficult to reconcile the needs of the patient with organisation targets. The most enjoyable part of the job is always the patients especially when people feel that their lives have changed for the better or that they have their lives back, that is the most rewarding.