Gamma has been recognised in The Sunday Times ‘Best Companies to Work for’ for the 5th consecutive year.
Based largely on employee feedback, The Sunday Times award lists the top 100 UK companies to work for. Each entry is judged according to performance in eight key areas: Leadership, wellbeing, giving something back, personal growth, fair deal and how members of staff feel towards their manager, company and team.
Gamma attended the awards dinner at Battersea Evolutions on Thursday 23rd February where it was announced it had achieved 49th place in the top 100. A total of 857 firms registered to take part in this year’s employee engagement survey with 82 new entries making it into the top 100.
Pam Williams, HR Director at Gamma commented: “To be recognised for the 5th year in a row is a fantastic achievement. Being in the ‘Top 100 Best Companies to Work For’ is a real accolade and provides an excellent way to measure employee engagement. We wanted to share the celebration of our achievement at the awards evening by inviting along some of the Gamma staff who have really contributed to our success and are great ambassadors of Gamma. We were also delighted to see a number of our channel partners being recognised in this year’s list – well done to everyone who made the list!”
Gamma has also, once again, achieved 2 Star Accreditation as an Outstanding Company to work for. Jonathan Austin, CEO & Founder of Best Companies commented: “I would like to congratulate Gamma on their outstanding achievement. This year it is encouraging to see that more and more organisations are recognising the value of employee engagement and are willing to benchmark themselves against the best to ensure they are offering their employees the best possible experience. Organisations like Gamma have continued to focus on their employees and have been rewarded with an engaged workforce who tell us that this is a great place to work”.
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