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13 hours a day we work which can be a nightmare when having kids
Answered 27 September 2022
The hours are considerably long
Answered 27 July 2022
No work/home life balance
Answered 31 March 2022
Working environment I what full time 10 hours day and day time
Answered 28 July 2021
Mental health support worker
Answered 26 December 2020
It will depend which area you’re working in.There are over 30 roles that sit under the umbrella term of ‘Healthcare Support Worker’, based in seven different settings; mental health, learning disabilities, community care, acute, midwifery, children’s services and primary care.If you work in inpatient services, for example in an acute hospital, a mental health hospital or a learning disabilities unit you might work in a shift pattern of day and night shifts. If you work in a GP surgery, outpatient clinics or in a community setting, you are more likely to follow 9am-5pm working hours.If you see a role you’re interested in, follow the link to view it on NHS jobs, and the working hours and pattern will be detailed there.
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