Adviza celebrates its listing in The Times 100 Best Organisations to work for 2017
2nd Mar 2017
Adviza is delighted to announce it has maintained its position in the recently released Sunday Times100 not-for-profit organisations to work for, for a 7th year in a row. The Best Not-for-Profit list features the public sector bodies, charities and housing associations with the highest level of overall employee engagement.
Katharine Horler, CEO of Adviza is delighted with the result, “seven years in a row is a great achievement for any company, but I truly feel that as a charity, working with limited resources, this is particularly noteworthy. The charity sector has come under increasing pressure in the last 12 months with funding becoming even more difficult to secure. However, we have taken on an increasing variety of new programmes and continue to support the most vulnerable in our community. I am proud of the resilience and commitment Adviza staff show year after year.”
Adviza has retained a similar position to last year, when the charity gained good scores for its leadership and management and employees rated the charity for its positive impact on society. A detailed report of this year’s results will be available in a few weeks’ time.
Digital Marketing Apprentice, Sam Cornish said: “Working at Adviza has helped to develop my skills and self-confidence and given me the chance to flourish and continue onto a successful career. The Best Companies award achievement is a true reflection and recognition of the people here and the great work that they deliver.”
The Sunday Times’ list is created from collated anonymous employee engagement surveys that are distributed randomly. The methods of data-gathering and analysis to compile the lists mean that they are widely acknowledged as the most extensive research into employee engagement carried out in this country.
A full list of winners can be found here
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