Salesforce, Hilton and Gap named UK Best Workplaces for Women 2020

Salesforce, Hilton and Gap named UK Best Workplaces for Women 2020

Salesforce, Hilton and Gap are among the 68 organisations that have been named the Best UK Workplaces for women in 2020 by Great Place to Work UK.

Salesforce topped the leaderboard in the super large organisation category, followed by Hilton and Mars UK.

The Sovini Group was named best large organisation for Best UK Workplaces for women in 2020, with Foundation SP topping the list for medium-sized organisation and McCarthy Recruitment for small.

Its annual Best UK Workplaces for women recognition awards, which is in its third year, based its results on analysing data from organisations that showcase good recognition, display a strong track record of continuously developing a diversified, equitable workplace culture for all.

Every organisation featured has been recognised for placing a key focus on women in the workplace, proactively addressing gender imbalance and investing in growing female talent.

The top five organisations named Best UK Workplaces for women in the UK in each category are:

Super large organisations

  1. Salesforce
  2. Hilton
  3. Mars UK
  4. Sap
  5. Admiral Group

Large organisations

  1. The Sovini Group
  2. Office Angels
  3. Baringa Partners
  4. REL Field Marketing
  5. WaterAid UK

Medium-sized organisations

  1. Foundation SP
  2. Found
  3. Impact
  4. Yext
  5. Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons

Small organisations

  1. McCarthy Recruitment
  2. ISL Recruitment
  3. Anthemis Group
  4. Intelex Europe
  5. TopLime Comms

Ben Gautrey, managing director at Great Place to Work UK, said: “It’s clear that a diverse and inclusive team is essential for the success of any organisation, government or otherwise.”

“Various female state leaders have recently served as successful inspiring examples of what it means to put people first and lead with empathy and compassion during the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

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“In our own data from the last 20 years of running our Best Workplace awards, we’ve uncovered significant positive changes taking place within many UK organisations, but there’s still much work to be done.

“We hope that by highlighting our women’s list recipients, other employers will also be encouraged to implement new policies, practices and pathways needed to enable a more inclusive, supportive and fair employee experience for all.”