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NHS nursing vacancies climb to at least 11,500 in England


The Government does not work on the floor they are not to be blamed. They do not know what is happening to some members of staff on the frontline. Some Managers keep demoralising their members of staff with conscious discrimination and favours THIER OWNS for promotion. These nurses are putting the future of the NHS at risks because they only have an illusion of their capabilities and look down on SOME nurses who work under their leadership. They think they know it all and talk rudely to their colleagues nurses who cannot fight back as they have no support. In one trust, one of the manager promotes the behaviour of lack of responsibility among her staff to which most adhere. The manager is always late at work, sometimes will not even turn on the day to work but speaks to members of staff who support that behaviour. Of course, it is a two-way street and same support is given to those who do the same. This manager will come to work for a shift at night, and sometimes by 9 or 10 o'clock at night, leaves the department. Even the top management knows about it, but one answer was "this is not your business, we will deal with it" and up to now this behaviour is prevailing. Who is to blame? The Government? One member of staff, brings her iPad at work, leaves the patient lying in bed and watched her favourite movie at 13.00 and nobody says anything. The same staff most of the time does night shift and now is being promoted to a Band 7. Where is the government responsibility? A relative of that staff is within top management, so how can somebody fight something like that? The list is endless but how can this be accounted? Reporting to Fraud or any organisations will only put at risk the one who actually whistle blows. So, why always blaming the Government? The nurses who are dedicated, conscientious and hardworking are perceived as silly and become a laughing stock among these people. Top management look at them as aliens and will never talk to them. These same managers, their pictures and posters are displayed everywhere in the Trust as being good managers. Is that the meaning of management? The only way to survive in the NHS is to have a corrupted work ethics.

Posted date

23 August, 2017

Posted time

2:56 pm