NHS staff quitting due to burnout and bullying, report says

NHS staff are quitting because they are stressed and burned out from heavy workloads, having too little time with patients and suffering bullying and harassment at work, an official report has said.

The exodus is deepening the service’s workforce crisis in England, making it harder for patients to see a GP or hospital specialist and forcing the NHS to rely on expensive agency staff.

Full story in The Guardian, 3 June 2019