The London Clinic
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15 questions about working at The London Clinic
Depending on your role and your contract, working hours vary between positions and depend upon the flexibility of the service.For example, a staff nurse may work between 0745 to 2015 during a day shift, whereas a non-clinical employee may work the hours of 0900 to 1730. We are committed to ensuring that our employees maintain a good work/life balance and always encourage this.
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
Following a successful interview and acceptance of offer, candidates are looked after by our New Starters Team who ensure that all employees are fully compliant before they start work. This usually involves conducting a DBS check alongside reference requests in addition to standard right to work checks. The process ideally takes around 4 weeks, however can be quicker or a little longer due to external factors.
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
Here at The London Clinic we have three main values - to be Caring, Pioneering and Inspiring.We are committed to ensuring that all employees maintain a good work/life balance and that there is an open-door culture with regards to communication. The London Clinic is proud of its diverse workforce and is committed to continuing to build teams representing a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills.
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
Currently we offer our full time employees 25 days holiday in addition to standard UK Bank Holidays.
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
Get in a CV then wait 4 months for HR to get their finger out
Answered 15 October 2021
If a position requires a prospective applicant to work on Bank Holidays or Weekends, this will be listed within the advert posted on our careers page on our website.For additional queries, applicants are more than welcome to contact the Resourcing Team for more information about a particular vacancy.
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
7:45-8:15 varies from the floor you are working
Answered 25 February 2019
Do they provide staff parking?
Asked 22 October 2018
Unfortunately, due to being located in Central London and in the heart of London's famous medical district, we are unable to offer on site staff parking. We do however have areas for bicycles which can be utilised alongside our Cycle to Work Scheme.Our main hospital is close to both Baker Street and Regent's Park Underground Stations so commuting via Overground and Underground trains is an option that a majority of our employees use.
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
When it comes to preparing for an interview for a particular role here at The London Clinic, we would always recommend having a look at our website and the services that we provide in order to give you a better understanding of what we do on a day-to-day basis.It would be beneficial to also read and review the Job Description prior to the interview so applicants are aware of the expectations and requirements within the role itself.Finally it is always a good idea to read through your CV and be prepared to answer questions regarding your past positions and experiences, as well as thinking of suitable questions to ask the interview panel at the end of the interview.Good luck!
Answered by The London Clinic
10 December 2020
Great, can be busy some days but with good team, you roll not feel the pressure
Answered 23 September 2021
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