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to be annoyed that Whittington Hospital Payroll has lost personal details of staff.some numnut posted them.!!!!this affects you if you work for Whittington, Camden PCT, Islington PCT, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (CANDI mental health) this affects you if you have worked for any of these trusts since april 2001 to March 2008

(18 Posts)
handbags Tue 16-Sep-08 19:10:52

Around 17,990 staff who work or have worked at the Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, Camden Primary Care Trust, Islington Primary Care Trust and Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust since April 2001, are affected by this lost data. This includes staff who have since left these trusts but were working at any point between April 2001 and March 2008.

absolutely shocking. i have phone my bank to flag it up as a precaution

they couldn't run a bath

luvaduck Tue 16-Sep-08 19:12:41

ahhh worked there in 2003

are the bank going to do anything?

how did you find this out?

edam Tue 16-Sep-08 19:15:37

is payroll contracted out, by any chance? Idiots.

handbags Tue 16-Sep-08 19:16:48

Whittington website

my bank have put a marker on my account in case of any fraudulent transaction. they put me through to fraud dept who reckon it has the potential to be a risk eg Address,DoB,NI all cold be used for fraud or set up DD

so basically if anyone tries to set up DD or initiate payment request etc is flagged up

handbags Tue 16-Sep-08 19:17:40

no payroll is in house situated at whittington, and yes they are incompetent

nooka Tue 16-Sep-08 19:18:57

Should note that the disks were all encrypted and password protected, so the likelihood that the information will be accessible is quite small. Not saying that someone screwed up, and clearly they did as there have been suspensions. These sort of incidents are now much more likely to be reported as they have become such high profile (I am afraid that such incidents almost certainly happened before but were not reported).

Tutter Tue 16-Sep-08 19:19:39

[irritated] by size of thread title

<<mutters about attention seekers>>

handbags Tue 16-Sep-08 19:20:05

we are constantly berated about data protection,pts notes and they lose our data

handbags Tue 16-Sep-08 19:21:52

oi tutter do you work for any of these trusts?well i do and am letting others no

get a life perspective this is relevant to people

Tutter Tue 16-Sep-08 19:25:25

i comepletely support your right to post what you posted

but please refrain from war and peace thread titles

they get on my tits

Tutter Tue 16-Sep-08 19:25:48

ps it's know, btw

Mercy Tue 16-Sep-08 19:26:23

handbags, it's all over the local news.

The data is password protected.

FWIW I agree with Tutter re the unneccesarily long thread title.

handbags Tue 16-Sep-08 19:29:25

actually i think it is completely relevant and just about rightontains all relevent info.

so go read your MN book of thread length for saddos.

i shall continue to post as i wish

Tutter Tue 16-Sep-08 19:30:17

it's just unnecessary

but have made my point

ScottishMummy Tue 16-Sep-08 19:39:00

Message withdrawn

cheshirekitty Tue 16-Sep-08 19:45:34

Payroll staff have seen their work increased 100% in the last 10 years.

My 2 sisters work in payroll at a NHS hospital in the North West. They regularly work over their contracted hours for no pay as overtime is outlawed. They do this to ensure people are paid on time, and correctly paid.

They are not incompetent. My sister nearly had a breakdown due to the hours they are expected to work to get the job done. She suffered a fit because of work issues.

Please do not generalise. I do understand the issues here, as I work for the NHS and would not want my bank details etc leaked out. Office staff, like payroll are just as understaffed as clincal staff.

ScottishMummy Tue 16-Sep-08 19:49:17

Message withdrawn

nooka Wed 17-Sep-08 01:47:33

Payroll are traditionally rubbish. But they are very poorly paid, and in my experience departments suffer from high turn over. I'm not surprised it is stressful. Doesn't stop them driving me around the bend though...

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