Broadland has gone up 19 places in The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For 2018 list.
This year, Broadland was placed at 78; in 2017 it was at 97.
The Sunday Times list celebrates and showcases the best workplace engagement in charities, public-sector bodies and housing associations.
The ranking is based on the results from anonymous surveys, asking employees to respond to 70 statements covering:
- My managers
- My team
- Fair deal
- Giving something back
- My company
- Personal growth
The research is carried out by Best Companies, specialists in workplace engagement & employee engagement.
“I’m so pleased that Broadland has once again been recognised as one of the best places to work in the country,” said Michael Newey, Chief Executive. “This year we’ve climbed nearly 20 places in the rankings and it reflects the amazing work our staff do everyday, making Broadland such a fantastic place to work.”
Find out more about working for Broadland. ((Pictured: team from 2017 staff Challenge & Change Day)