Intrinsic Technology is celebrating its entry into the Sunday Times Top 100 ‘Best Small Companies to Work For’ list. Ranking 60th overall, Intrinsic beat off stiff competition for a place in the elite top one hundred.
The survey revealed that there is a strong sense of pride in the company. Employees feel excited about where it is going (85% positive) and believe that they can make a difference in the organisation (87% and a top 15 score). Staff members also feel the firm takes advantage of all their skills (68% a top 15% score) and stops them feeling bored with the work they do (80%). The company also achieved a high score for good pay and benefits (75%) with everyone having a non-contributory pension, private healthcare and life insurance.
Speaking about its success, Allan Gauld, chief executive, said “I am thrilled to have achieved this award, especially as it is based so strongly on the feedback of our staff.
“Despite a worldwide recession we achieved growth in excess of 20% and this placing shows that we have retained a passionate, team-orientated and highly motivated workforce, who are in-turn, providing excellent levels of service to our customers. We are all extremely proud that Intrinsic has achieved national recognition for all of our constant efforts to ensure it is one of the best companies to work for.”
Richard Caseby, Managing Editor at The Sunday Times, describes the top 100 companies as “beacons of excellence, continuing to define leading workplace practice and engaging and motivating their employees even in today’s troubled economic times.”