The Sunday Times Best Places to Work highlights employers that recruit and retain top talent along with best practices in areas such as engagement, wellbeing and job satisfaction.
The initiative aims to find businesses where individuals feel they have more control over their work life balance, wellbeing and environment.
Companies can enter through the WorkL for business platform where organisations can set up and distribute a survey designed by employee experience experts. The survey includes questions which will give an insight into the organisation and employee sentiment.
The survey questions cover six key drivers of engagement including, reward and recognition; information sharing; empowerment; pride; job satisfaction; and wellbeing. The deadline for entry is 12 April 2024 and the results will be announced in The Sunday Times in June 2024.
Brian Carey, business editor, The Sunday Times, said: “A new era of employment has begun. With the morphing of kitchen tables and bedroom corners into remote boardrooms and Zoom-ready office space, workers everywhere have begun to rethink their lives.
“Employees today are resetting their priorities and adjusting their goals, leaving many organisations scratching their heads over how to re-engage them. In other words, there has never been a better time to find out what makes staff tick, what motivates them and what brings them the kind of happiness at work that salary alone cannot buy.”
Mark Price, founder, WorkL, said: “Recognition as one of the best places to work is crucial for effective employee retention and recruitment strategies, so it’s a fantastic opportunity for organisations to enter to be recognised as the best place to work.”
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