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Why would you want to work at NHS?

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Decent pension

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It's a privilege, a honour! It's reliable! Trustful and consagrate

Answered - Assistant Practitioner (Current Employee) - London

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I enjoyed working with the sick and critically ill patients.

Answered - Nursing Auxiliary (Former Employee) - Newton Mearns

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What do you know about the NHS?

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Get a good future with them and your heping people

Answered - Health Care Assistant (Former Employee) - Dumfries

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They give the best benefits for you and your family

Answered - HCSW (Current Employee) - Aberdeen, Aberdeen City

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Job satisfaction. Enables you to learn new skills, and helps maintain training. Allows you to enhance your role through Personal Development Reviews.

Answered - Health Care Support Worker (Current Employee) - Lancaster, Lancashire

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To gain experience if interested in health.
You get support (occupational health) if needed.
Also you could change job roles to e.g. from domestic to health care assistant etc, when there are spaces.

Answered - Housekeeper (Current Employee) - Southampton, Hampshire

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Permanent employment

Answered - Staff Nurse Band 5 (Current Employee) - Northumbria

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I love working with people and being able to communicate with others I've never met before. I'm a very friendly person and I find it easy to interact with people.

Answered - Volunteer (Former Employee) - Birmingham, West Midlands

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