Adobe, Gap, Goodman Masson, Salesforce (pictured), and PayPal UK are among the organisations that have been acknowledged on the UK’s Best Workplaces 2019 list, compiled by the Great Place to Work Institute.
The Best Workplaces list is based on results from a workplace culture audit, completed by organisations’ HR departments, which analyses working policies that contribute towards the employee experience. The list also takes into account feedback from an employee engagement survey, which provides insights across areas such as pay, reward, wellbeing, corporate social responsibility (CSR), diversity, recognition and employee engagement.
The UK list, which recognised 127 organisations this year, is split across four categories: super large organisations that have 1,000 or more employees, large employers that have between 251 and 1,000, medium organisations with between 51 and 250, and small businesses that employ between 20 and 50.
The top five organisations in the UK’s Best Workplaces 2019 list, across each of the categories, are:
- The Sovini Group
- Baringa Partners
- Lindt and Sprungli UK
- Belron International
- QuickBooks UK
- DMW Group
- McCarthy Recruitment
- Synergy Vision
- Centor Insurance and Risk Management
- Totally Money
Charles Senabulya, vice president and country manager at SAS UK and Ireland, which ranked 13 in the large employer category, said: “We’re delighted to have been included in the [Great Place to Work] ranking once again. This validates the strength of our leadership, the input and commitment from our employees through our employee voice group and the range of innovative, creative and effective HR policies we have, which creates our successful workplace culture.
“We’re always looking to improve our employee experience and make sure that we’re effectively listening to our people. We will continue to work together to maintain and improve our reputation as a great place to work.”