23% of local NHS workers looking for new jobs due to low morale

23% of local NHS workers looking for new jobs due to low morale

According to a report by ITV news, some 23% of staff at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust, say they will “probably look for a job at a new organisation in the next year” – compared with a national average of 22%.

From the people I have spoken to, who work locally for the NHS, I can honestly say this news does not surprise me!

NHS staff were surrounded by serious illness and death at unprecedented levels during the pandemic!

Over the last two years, these people have been clapped and offered adulation, the likes they have never seen, and rightly so.

But, more recently, they’ve witnessed the previously supportive individuals, now complaining, often on-line, about whether they should or should not get a basic pay rise and of course, regarding the standard of service, they personally have received.

Such people seem oblivious to the fact, most NHS workers have, and are still going above and beyond their contracted expectations!

“When there are not enough staff it can mean patients don’t receive the care they need or their safety is compromised.”

Teresa Budrey, eastern regional director at the Royal College of Nursing

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