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How are the working hours at NHS?

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  • Long working hours
    Never finish on time

  • It depends which department you work in. Some are regular 8am-5pm weekly but the higher you rise the more likely you will have to be on an on-call rota.

  • Be nicer to have option to chose just am or just pm , rotational shifts are a thing of the past ...

  • Very long and busy.

  • 8 hours x day

  • 10 - 13 hour days.

  • Its 24 7 so working hours match that. I would suggest getting rid of night shifts of unnecessary jobs due the extreme health costs involved in such shifts. Or doing night shifts as blocks to allow people to shift there circadian rhythm permanently for a month or two to minimise the dangers involved form the huge stress altering sleep puts on your body and the negative cognitive impact.
    Aka no one week nights then nights then days ext

  • Fine - they just respond to client need.

  • Good working hours, standard across NHS. 37.5. Opportunities for part time working as a nurse not common.

  • 12 and half hour long days and nights. Clinics have shorter hours. You can do bank rather than contract. You can offer to work 24 hour contracts

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