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International Day of Happiness :)

Have you woken up with a big smile on your face? Well you should have! Today is International Day of Happiness!

Feeling sad? Don't worry because GoToJobBoard will give you 6 reasons why you should be happy:

 

 

1) NHS Change Day

NHS Change Day

 

On the 11th March 2015 it was the NHS Change Day. NHS Hospitals and staff all over the county pledged to make a positive difference. Well done to all the NHS staff that made change count!

 

2) Mothers Day

Mothers Day

On the 15th of March 2015 it was Mother’s Day. Luckily, those working in the NHS have access to flexible hours, childcare and plenty of maternity support, so get the opportunity to have Mother’s day as often as they want.

GoToJobBoard even dedicated a blog to highlight the benefits of having a baby in the NHS.

Take a look here: https://www.gotojobboard.com/blog/posts/the-benefits-of-having-a-baby-in-the-nhs

 

3) Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day

Staff members across all NHS trusts took part in events to raise money for Comic Relief Red Nose Day on Friday 13 March! As well as international aid, Comic Relief also leads projects in the UK on a local and national scale, providing help and support for those who need it the most.

 

4) Solar Eclipse

Eclipse

Millions of people in the UK and northern Europe have glimpsed the best solar eclipse in years! Did you manage to see it? GoToJobBoard did!

 

5) 1st day of spring!

First Day of Spring

Today is the first day of spring which can only mean... the nights will get lighter and the days will get warmer! Summer’s not too far away!

 

6) The General Election is only 47 days away

NHS Question Time

The NHS is guaranteed to be a hot topic in this year’s upcoming election. Want to make a difference to the NHS? It won’t be long before your vote makes a positive change!

Keep an eye on our site for the “Question Time” survey responses from major political parties with their views on the NHS should they be elected in May.

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