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How are the working hours at NHS?

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Shocking. If you dont have a outside life. This would suit you.

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Our department was actually very accommodating and quite flexible. Having to work public holidays and weekends wasn’t great but it’s part of the job. NHS policies like carers leave, domestic emergency and parental leave are a great support when you need them and help hugely when having a young family.

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Varied, depending on where you are working. Long days can be tiring, however this provides me with days off during the week so I prefer this routine. The hours go quickly!

Answered - HCA/ Student Nurse (Current Employee) - Hampshire

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Working hours are excellent

Answered - HEALTH CARE WORKER (Current Employee) - Guildford, Surrey

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

Answered - Staff Nurse in operating theatre (Current Employee) - Birmingham, West Midlands

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Long hours

Answered - Housekeeper (Former Employee) - Cambridge

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Very good hours

Answered - Domestic Cleaner (Current Employee) - Wolverhampton, West Midlands

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Early/Late/Night

Answered - Health Care Support Worker (Current Employee) - Hampshire

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Very good - flexible working hours

Answered - Business & Op Delivery Admin (Current Employee) - Leeds

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Goods hours is not long like where I m working.

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