These findings are the results of the National NHS Staff Survey 2020.
Dr John Brewin, chief executive of the trust said: “We are really pleased with the headline results of this year’s survey and that our staff would recommend us as a place to work, and a place to receive care and treatment.
“This year’s results show a huge improvement in nearly all areas and even more importantly, that so many of our staff feel engaged and listened to.
"I am pleased that staff feel motivated, supported and valued and that they have the right tools and support to do their jobs and deliver the best possible services and highest quality of care and am particularly encouraged to see our overall improvement in staff engagement scores.
“Whilst these results are encouraging, we are not complacent and now need to spend time with our staff looking at the detail of what they have told us so that we can target our improvements in the coming year and further ahead.
"Staff safety is a priority and we are continuing to work to address the issue of violence and aggression towards our employees.”
Andrea Dickens, chairman of the organisation’s staff partnership forum, said it was ‘pleasing’ so many staff members had put forward their views.
“I am particularly proud that so many said they would recommend Nottinghamshire Healthcare as a place to work, as well as a place to receive care and treatment.”