Susan Jane Cameron
Well, dare I say it duh!. This has probably taken a lot of money to find out what is not rocket science. We all know we are rather more motivated when our bosses at whatever level treat us like human beings and are minded about our well being, but this was the past and now we are just but a number, and probably many bosses don't even know the number.
There are a lot of elitist comments here. I pity the auxiliaries that these nurses commenting here work with, as these nurses attitude to the auxiliaries are dreadful. Why shouldn't the auxiliaries be able to better themselves or should they be kept in their lowly place and how dare they have aspirations to improve.
On the other hand maybe this might give people ideas of becoming auxiliaries and then do their training as then they won't have to pay the ridiculous university fees that will soon becoming a norm for student nurses. What will the elitist nurses think then.
it will be even worse when nurses have to pay for their own training. taking what is an essential necessity and turning it into a luxury, which the government must think it is if they want trainees to pay for it, will make the numbers of new nurses nose dive. Hey ho, Hey ho its off to privatisation we go.
but what about all the other things that NHS England want to do like take the unsocial pay off us, reduce holidays by two weeks, have a rolling rota. Or have these things been swept under the carpet to be brought in anyway because we are gullible to accept the 1% and forget the rest
Soon we will all be on zero hour contracts or on self employed then we'd have to pay our own NI and tax and no holiday pay. Or maybe they might make those on job seekers do the work instead then they would be getting something for nothing.