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I felt pride in telling people I worked for the NHS. It is a remarkable business to work in but that doesn't mean is doesn't come with it's challenges. Overall, I was pleased to tell people I worked for the NHS.

Answered 8 January 2019

As I currently worked for the NHS then the NHS did not need to do a CRB check as one had recently been done to work for the trust.

Answered 29 April 2018

You choose your own working days and hours and hospital

Answered 16 July 2018

I left NHS to take 6 months volunteer work in a hospital in Glens Falls NY, USA. When I returned to moved to a new area but I plan to return to the Scottish Borders.

Answered 12 March 2020

Bring back the strict uniform policy as some of the nurses are very un kept .
Arrange meal breaks better.

Make sure all staff get a chance to get to the canteen, not just the one who work near it or have 1 hour lunch breaks.

Answered 24 February 2020

Good opportunity

Answered 1 February 2020

You have to apply and pass a lil exam and then you do 6 months training to get a care certificate.

Answered 12 June 2019

As a Bank Worker, at the time, I wasnt paid when I was sick, however I did not mind this.

Answered 19 April 2019

Full time 37.5 hours, but pressure from junior management to stay longer every day.

Answered 20 December 2018
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