Best Places to Work

From the Health Service Journal’s Best Places to Work:

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Trust

  • Full time permanent staff: 1,298 WTE
  • Voluntary staff turnover: 14 per cent
  • Exec team male/female ratio: 70 per cent male/ 30 per cent female
  • Programme to recruit ethnic diverse staff: No

As its name suggests the trust specialises  in neuro-musculoskeletal care. It delivers  well on the training of its staff with 87 per  cent having received health and safety training, 77 per cent having equality and  diversity training and 88 per cent having been appraised in last 12 months. As the largest orthopaedic hospital in the UK, it plays an important role in teaching and training with over 20 per cent of orthopaedic  surgeons in the UK receiving their education at the trust.

The Royal Marsden Foundation Trust

  • Full time permanent staff: 2,377
  • Voluntary staff turnover: 12 per cent
  • Exec team male/female ratio: 40 per cent male/60 per cent female
  • Programme to recruit ethnic diverse staff: No

The Royal Marsden offers a free travel clinic and immunisation service to its staff and promotes a cycle to work scheme. Open meetings with the chief executive are held regularly and the trust runs a local employee of the month scheme.

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