South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised as one of the top 120 NHS employers by the HSJ and the Nursing Times.
In partnership with the publications, NHS Employers has revealed a list of the best places to work in the NHS in 2015.
The list is a celebration of NHS organisations that have worked hard at staff engagement and fostering an environment that staff enjoy working in.
Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS employers, said: “A long standing commitment to healthy workplaces characterises many of those featured on this list.”
The trust’s chief executive Professor Tricia Hart said: “I’m very proud to work for this organisation and at a time when we’re going through major change, transformation and having to make some difficult decisions, it is still so positive to be collectively recognised in this way.”
The overall list of 120 organisations was broken down into different categories of organisations.
These included 20 CCGs, 42 acute trusts, 16 specialist trusts, 11 community trusts and 31 mental health trusts.
The organisations were assessed on seven core areas – leadership and planning, corporate culture and communication, role satisfaction, work environment, relationship with supervisor, training, development and resources, employee engagement and satisfaction.