We’re celebrating after being assessed as one of the ‘100 Best Companies to Work For 2015’

Board of Trustee Darren Moore & CEO Monica Shafaq with the award

The annual list compiled by The Sunday Times and Best Companies has placed The Kaleidoscope Plus Group at number 88 in the not-for-profit companies’ category.

We’re renowned for our superb work in providing services to improve people’s health and wellbeing and are jumping for joy having been identified as a great place to work following our first ever entry in the independent survey.

The annual awards recognise organisations that not only excel in their own industries, but also consistently demonstrate commitment to their employees and focus on building positive workplaces.

This award comes hot on the heels of the charity being awarded the Investors in People Gold Award and The Kaleidoscope Plus Group Chief Executive, Monica Shafaq, said: “To say we are delighted to have made the ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list would be an understatement!

“Being recognised by The Sunday Times is something that the whole team can take pride in.

“I think it’s really important to create an environment where staff feel valued, empowered and motivated as this will inevitably be reflected in everything we do.

“Our employees are our biggest asset and it’s vital that as an organisation which understands the importance of health and wellbeing generally, that we practice what we preach with our team too.

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The Kaleidoscope Plus Group at The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies Award Ceremony

“It’s great to know that our staff are proud to work for The Kaleidoscope Plus Group and what we stand for.

“I’m incredibly proud of what we’ve achieved together during a difficult time of change and transition for the charity and it really proves what a fantastic team we have here.”

The methodology behind the Best Companies ranking, BCI Measure, is recognised as an academically rigorous and accurate measure of engagement in the workplace.

More than 1.5 million employees are surveyed each year from across the UK and each feeds back on topics such as personal growth, leadership, and wellbeing, along with their views on management and colleagues.