Successfully relaunch your career after a break with GSK

Successfully relaunch your career after a break with GSK

GSK would like to re-launch your career. Are you ready?

If the answer is yes, you are currently not working and you have taken a voluntary career break of 2 years or more, then applying for a return to work role with GSK might be right for you.

Flexible working and a work life balance

GSK’s returner programme is designed for qualified and motivated people who want to resume their career following a break of between 2 to 10 years. Applicants may have personal commitments that they did not have previously or find the thought of returning to work daunting.

GSK understands their concerns and that’s why it has created a return to work programme that offers the opportunity for flexible working, to make sure work life balance is just right. The company also creates a supportive environment, where people can re-establish and enhance their skills and enjoy tailored personal development plans. Plus receive coaching, mentoring and peer support.

Following completion of this programme, participants should be perfectly placed for GSK onward employment opportunities.

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Rewarding commitment and contribution

Happy, motivated people are key to the success of GSK's business, so they do everything they can to make working there rewarding. GSK employees get to be part of a company that celebrates achievements and the company rewards individual contribution to GSK's business and success. Recognising their best performers who help deliver their strategic priorities in line with the company's values is the cornerstone of GSK's reward philosophy

Return to work with GSK

GSK’s return to work programme will guide you back onto your career path.

If you want a career at a global healthcare company, search and apply for a job at GSK today.

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