The Kaleidoscope Plus Group are celebrating after being included in the prestigious: ‘100 Best Companies to Work For 2016’ for the second year running
The annual list compiled by The Sunday Times and Best Companies has placed the charity at number 31 in the Not-For-Profit companies’ category achieving a staggering 2 star rating, a phenomenal increase on the ‘Ones to Watch’ rating in 2015.
We are ecstatic about being identified as a fantastic place to work by our staff in this independent survey.
The procedure behind the Best Companies ranking, BCI Measure, is recognised as an academically rigorous and accurate measure of engagement in the workplace.
Over 1 million employees are surveyed each year from across the UK and each feeds back on topics ranging from personal growth, leadership to management and wellbeing.
The annual awards recognise organisations that not only exceed in their own field, but also aim to build a positive workplace and regularly demonstrate commitment to their staff.
Our Chief Executive at The Kaleidoscope Plus Group, Monica Shafaq is overjoyed to have achieved a place on the list at being shortlisted as one of the ‘100 Best Not-For-Profit Companies to Work For 2016.’
She said: “It’s a great honour to have been selected as one of the 100 Best Companies To Work for 2016 from many of the thousands, especially with their being so many not-for-profit organisations across the UK.
“To have been selected for a second year running and to have obtained a 2 star rating is a massive triumph for us and to have finished 57 places better off than last year makes it that more special.”
Chair at The Kaleidoscope Plus Group, Clarke Carlisle was also delighted about the charity receiving such an esteemed accolade.
He said: “To be recognised by Best Companies for the great work we do makes me extremely proud to chair The Kaleidoscope Plus Group.
“By the charity having the status of being one of the ‘100 Best Companies to Work For 2016’ will only allow the us to continue to successfully promote positive health and wellbeing and create brighter futures together!”