Don’t mind the long hours so much but should get paid for breaks as we don’t always get them or full ones sometimes but should get enough down time between shifts as I recently worked 5 nights with one day off in between then back for 3 then of for 2
Depeding on area.theatre hours are good.ward hours are long ,exhausting, no breaks.weekends work doesnt fit with family times if you have children.
The working hours are very good Monday to Friday 9-5 with some Saturday working
Answered - Assistant Technical Officer (Current Employee) - Borders General Hospital
Depends where you are but the NHS does rely on good will to continue.
Answered - Administration Assistant (Former Employee) - Folly Hall
My contracted hours are 37.5 per week (with an unpaid 1 hr lunch break) over 5 days, with regular enforced late nights and weekend shifts. In reality I tend to work on average 10 hours per day, often working through lunch.
Answered - Senior Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) - Kent
I work full time with apportunity to do over time if u want it with no obligation to do so.
Long and dont get all breaks.
8hour and 13hour shifts
Answered - Mental Health Support Worker (Current Employee) - Devon
I work full time with the opportunity to do over time,If u want it with no obligations to do so.
Answered - Catering Assistant (Current Employee) - Royal Glamorgan Hospital Wales
They do not work if you have a small child
Answered - Health Care Assistant (Current Employee) - Liverpool, Merseyside
They are to long and exhuastive
Answered - Adult Psychotherapist (Former Employee) - Leeds, West Yorkshire