Could you be one of our first Bank Workers of the Month?

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We’re excited to launch our very own virtual awards, called Bank Worker of the Month!

The awards which will focus on recognising exceptional bank service from qualified and unqualified nursing staff, will be exclusive to fully registered members of NHSP:Bank (those who have undertaken the full bank registration process and who can work shifts at any of NHSPs client Trusts).

Winners will be nurses and care support workers who achieve excellent ratings for shift fill and cancellation alongside performance scores as given by ward managers, using our performance evaluation tool.

Three winners will be announced each month across each of the nursing staff types; registered nurse, care support worker and specialist nurse/midwife. These winners will each be presented with a certificate of recognition and Thank You card from a member of NHSPs Executive team.

Our first three January bank workers will be announced very soon, so check your emails for more information.

Thank you to everyone whose hard work and commitment delivers vital support to our client wards.

Good Luck!

N.B Unfortunately, not all of our client Trusts have adopted the performance evaluation tool and we are hopeful that they will. Only flexible workers at those Trusts that have adopted the evaluation tool can be included in this recognition scheme.

NHSP Bank Member Wins ‘Employee of the Month’

Huge congratulations to Cynthia Wilson, who was nominated by one of her patient’s relatives for the ‘Employee of the Month’ award at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust.

Cynthia was working in the Children’s Emergency Department when nominated and was said to be calm, confident, efficient and highly effective.

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The patient’s mother has praised Cynthia saying “She took everything in her stride and when things started to get a bit more serious she calmed me down as a parent, didn’t make me feel like I was making a fuss and just made things happen. There were lots of nurses and doctors on the ward that day and out of all of them Cynthia stood out for me due to her professionalism, caring nature and communication skills.”

Well done Cynthia, we’re delighted to see you get the recognition you deserve.