We are very proud to be named in the “small organisations” (10-49 employees) category of employers in these prestigious awards.

The list is based on the results of an anonymous survey completed by employees which covers areas such as overall happiness, willingness to recommend their employer to a friend, how valued and supported they feel, and the provision of employee wellbeing programmes of reward and recognition, and learning and development.

The anonymous responses from our team at ibex gale resulted in an overall Engagement score of 95% (23% above the industry average), and “Excellent” scores in the 6 steps to workplace happiness:

  • Reward & Recognition – 93%
  • Information Sharing – 97%
  • Empowerment – 96%
  • Wellbeing – 94%
  • Instilling Pride – 96%
  • Job Satisfaction – 95%

David Major, Director and Co-founder of ibex gale said:

“We are very proud to be named in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023.

Poppy Jenkins and I set up ibex gale over 10 years ago with the aim of enhancing people’s lives through the creation of exceptional workplaces, so to see this endorsement from our team that we are also achieving this goal internally means a great deal.

One of the aims of our 2023 People Plan was to become an ‘Employer of Choice’. Our company is rapidly growing, and we are always looking for talented people to join our team of outstanding people who invest their time and energies into creating exceptional workplace cultures, both within ibex gale and in the organisations we work with.”

The full list can be found here:
Fortune smiles on a happy workforce (thetimes.co.uk)

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