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Announced as 25th Best Company to Work For
As part of the Matchtech Group we have been announced 25th in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For.
At the end of October last year, we announced that we would, for the first time, be entering the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For. The last accreditation we received was from the CRF Institute as one of Britain's Top Employers in 2010. The main objective was to get feedback on how we compare to other businesses in the UK.
We are delighted to announce that we have achieved a place on the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For 2012 list. The list was published in the Sunday Times on 4th March.
Best Companies received entries from over 800 UK businesses, and surveyed over 240,000 employees. The survey measures the level of workplace engagement and compares it to businesses in 3 different categories based on number of staff. We are not only delighted to be listed, but proud to have achieved 25th place in the mid sized category (250-5000 staff) with a 2 star rating.
Since we began our own internal staff surveys 2 years ago, it has been clear that our staff like telling us about the business, and based on the feedback we get, we make plans and improvements where necessary. In the Best Companies survey, 75% of those asked to respond in our business returned a survey which is in itself a measure of the degree of engagement. We will be using the headline data to inform decisions taken over the coming 12 months.
Once again, a big thank you to all those who responded.
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