I have learned to do team work
Work culture was good everyone was friendly
Had more training and assessment good place to learn
Had lots of group discussion and team meeting which helped myself to improve a lot
I worked as a research scientist. A typical day involved analysing large data sets to identify pertinent information. I was given free rein to work alone but also my supervisors provided help and advice whenever it was required.
Love my job, fast paced, great colleagues, been in my job 13 years. My position makes me the first contact for callers. No day is the same, each day brings different situations that involve life and death. A very rewarding job!
Nice place to work and gain experience , staff is very friendly and management is supporting you if needed. As a band 5 physiotherapist I felt welcomed and I would recommend to anyone who would like to join this Trust.
I enjoy this role, where I work in a fantastic atmosphere with a wonderful staff, and carry out tasks for them, as well as monitoring devices and filling in information that can be used for subsequent dissertations.
Fast paced and productive environment to work in. Management is usually very understanding and the work-life balance is good. Multiple IT systems are used throughout the Trust but you are given proper IT training before using them.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Guy’s. I worked for an extremely professional and very nice boss who although, had a very busy schedule, always found time for me, if required. I would wholly recommend working for this hospital.
Worked in the same department for 17 years. Lots of changes learnt new skills. Met a lot of interesting people and worked with a Happy team. Guy's and St Thomas's has many benefits for their staff and students. They work towards a excellence very nice environment, clean. Fantastic restaurant and other eateries. Ladies Clothes shop all on site. Volunteers run a small card shop WH Smith's also on site.
Provision of training and apprenticeship that makes one to be well equipped with good work ethics and delivery of the expected services.
Many incentives such as staff loans are provided at a zero rate interest to improve the wellbeing of workers.
Chemotherapy coordinator (Former Employee) - London Bridge Station, Greater London - 1 August 2019
I thoroughly enjoyed working at Guys , what a wonderful trust with amazing people . I enjoyed going to work every day .
The only reason I left was due to the commute. I would definitely recommend working for such a positive and hardworking NHS trust.
Having worked here for almost 10 years is testament to how great it is. As with any job there are its frustrating times and management disagreement but these are far and few between. If you get the chance to work here, go for it
I work in a community team where some of the colleagues are loud, confrontational, hateful and hate peace.
The physical environment is also awful. The roof leaks badly. When it rains the water comes down and buckets and pails have to be strategically placed. There are ceiling tiles that are missing.
The trust has moved towards hot desking.
Head of nursing is only interested in keeping her banding and her job.
I feel like I don't belong. Can't wait to leave!
Large Trust. Good number of jobs. More choice in moving jobs.
Hot desking. Too many changes in a short space of time and effect on staff not taken into account.