Northern Sydney Local Health District
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Administration Assistant in Manly NSW
on 24 September 2020
Didnt live up to expectations
I worked in the NSLHD for 2 years, there were some very lazy workers and I didn't enjoy my time there. The actual job was fine but the people were awful.
CNS in St Leonards NSW
on 7 May 2020
Very little support from management
Chaotic at times poor leadership from managers, who have forgotten about patient care, they are more interested in gossiping and bullying. Poor and old practices, recovery is a word but very rarely is the patient provided with a recovery plan. Over-reliance on medication and very little information provided to patients on side effects. Very reactive and without any future planning. Individual staff (not management) are helpful and caring but core values are often forgotten.
Allied health in Eastwood NSW
on 10 April 2020
Good place to work but heaps busy
Good place to work depending on dept. Pays well. Depending on your manager you can have good work life or be bullied. Biggest con is workplace bullying and not paying for overtime as work gets so busy expected to stay back to finish work. Lot of bullying and management dont care and turns a blind eye. Happens, a every hospital large or small. Made complaints, finally went to HR and above manager. However told by the manager who we had to go above, to keep things quiet that it never happened. No transparency. When one bully leaves another replces them and cycle happens all over again. Where do they find these ppl u wonder. Bullies get promoted is not uncommon due to weak managements. Work culture progressively getting poorer. Some nice people but some lazy managers. Managers only interested in meeting their KPI not about investing in staff.
Former Rn in Hornsby NSW
on 24 February 2020
Bad work place..
Bad work place.. Do not get job there as mental health nurse.. No culture.. No team work.. Bullying.... racism... Poor in supportive management.. Most cns.. CNc..cne.. Underqualified..
Assistant in Nursing in Eastwood NSW
on 23 February 2020
Productive and supportive workplace.
Productive and supportive workplace. Staffing managers and educators are very supportive for casual staff. I enjoy to work in the workplace and will recommend it to my friends.
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