Best Places To Work 2015

Carrying on from last year’s Best Places To Work  both RNOH and The Marsden appear in the Health Service Journal’s 2015 list of top 120 places.
Full story at HSJ reveals the best places to work in 2015

The Royal Marsden Foundation Trust
8 July, 2015

Best Places to Work 2015 – Acute Specialist Trusts

  • Full time equivalent staff: 3,528
  • Sickness absence rates: 2.85 per cent
  • Staff recommending care: 89 per cent
  • Staff recommending as place to work: 71 per cent

Loans are on offer to staff at the Royal Marsden Foundation Trust for season ticket travel costs and bicycles. Childcare vouchers are also part of the standard benefits package. Gym membership is subsidised. In the most recent NHS staff survey, 92 per cent of staff questioned at the trust said their role made a difference.

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Trust
8 July, 2015

Best Places to Work 2015 – Acute Specialist Trusts

  • Full time equivalent staff: 1,310
  • Sickness absence rates: 2.88 per cent
  • Staff recommending care: 87 per cent
  • Staff recommending as place to work: 71 per cent

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Trust has invested in software that supports staff with dyslexia. It actively seeks to recruit and retain staff with disabilities. Gym and swimming pool facilities exist on site. The trust scored 3.9 out of 5 for engagement in the most recent NHS staff survey.

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