Questions and Answers about NHS

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Why did you leave your job at NHS?

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I am now retiring and wish to pursue a more sedantry path

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Is to respect n listening company procedure.
And Company first n Customer first.

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Cause I want the Company where I can grown up.

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I worked for the nhs since 1999
And I was dismissed after some hear say I did Something I didn't do now am agency and the royal trust is giving me a bad name which is stopping me from working I love what I do hca but how can people treat people like this discrimination and Equality Act comes to me there so quick to judge people by a referance not the work they do all these big wigs sit in their fancy houses and have fancy cars they need to look on the other side of the fence and see what really happens within the nhs

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Bullying is nhs is rife its sad no one does anything managers and supervisors even union are corrupt

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Soul breaking environment.

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Marternity leave long term, however did try to go back once my child started full time education, only, to be told that I needed six months current esperience bearing in mind that I have been of the pay role for 11years and enjoyed my parental responsibilities, which benefits both mother and child. However as a healthcare assistant is much harder to get back in doing what I love and want to do. RGN's have much support from government and NHS to comeback.

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Managers are often Oddballs promoted from Scientific backgrounds. Look how many people are mentioning Bullying in the workplace. It's the National sandal that is possibly why the NHS is accused of failing. Get rid of these insecure non-managers and bring in trained corporate management from the real world.

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It the bad job to work for the nhs property services and I tell any not to work for them they like to pick on u and make u feel down and not pay u for three months like I got and pick and pick on tell I break down and make leave cos it got at bad

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Bullying... the head of theatres attempted to cover up the bullying I had received which made me realise that the organisation as a whole is dishonest. If you are prepared to cover up bullying you're also going to try and cover up botched operations...

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