61123-Leavers

I am writing with a request for information from the East of England Ambulance Service regarding length of service and ‘leaving’ data. Specifically I would like to know how many years’ experience staff have performing frontline operational duties when they decide to leave the Ambulance Service or step down from frontline operational duties in the last 10 years.

  • Reference:
    61123
  • Response:

    I am writing with a request for information from the East of England Ambulance Service regarding length of service and ‘leaving’ data. Specifically I would like to know how many years’ experience staff have performing frontline operational duties when they decide to leave the Ambulance Service or step down from frontline operational duties in the last 10 years.

    The data below is for the period 1-1-13 to 31-12-18  and covers all frontline A&E staff in AfC bands  3-6 who have left in that period. It should be noted that it only includes staff who left the Trust whilst still in a frontline position. It is not possible to track staff who stepped down from frontline duties whilst still employed by the Trust, similarly the length of service includes any service with the Trust in non-frontline roles which preceded the role they were in when they left the Trust.

    ?The Average years service during this period among these leavers is  9.43 years

    The maximum length of service of any individual was  41.53 years

    The minimum length of service of any individual was  2 days

    The median length of service is 6.43 year

     

  • Area:
    Trust wide
  • Category:
    Human Resources
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