However, the construction industry doesn't blow its own trumpet on how professional its members are. The construction industry is well known for its blunders, non academic, cocaine snorting, heavy drinking, hyper masculine, covert criminal aspects. Its common knowledge. The brawn to get the job done comes with caveats.Why shouldn't I focus on the aspect I know about? That's what everyone does when they talk about experience. That's what you asked for.
Genuinely sorry for your ills, but it's still no reason to round on NHS staff. You will only have ever met a tiny proportion of them. And I'll bet incompetence, bullying and lack of compliance etc is rife in the construction industry too.
Incidentally NHS workers have saved the life of my father 3 times in the last 5 years.
No-one is trying to shame you, you've done enough of that yourself with your dismissive comments about "deluded" NHS staff and the work they do, and the "feminine" workers line (that was clearly a dig, no question, and I've no idea why you felt the need to do so).
And at the thrust of it all you're still wrong about the court case. Yet you're trying to claim the high ground with some sort of academic debating level over it. You need to be on the right page first.
You'll never change my mind about NHS staff, patient surveys, NHS staff all complain about the same problems I have highlighted. ONS stats back this up, patients associations, policy objectives also highlight staff sickness (Just one of many) as a big problem. As for trust, both partners working experiences, management, covers the north of England both private sector and public. Seminars for managers cover the whole of the UK trusts, meetings in the capital are a regular event.
The ex wife on returning to the public sector remarked on the change in staff attitude and working practices being archaic and financially irresponsible. Yesterdays date mentioned the men in the NHS not being masculine, comparatively to those in construction they're not.
I'll never agree with your left leaning sympathies, I think people should be self sufficient, make sensible choices financially, make sensible choices regarding drink, drug, sexual habits, support there own families and children. Social community care, projects, place a huge financial burden on those willing and able to earn enough money to support this ideology. Constantly asking for more money just enables social ills, the teach a man to fish analogy works perfectly here.