Babington Receives Best Companies Accreditation

Posted by: Andre Post Date: 14th January 2016

Babington has received Best Companies accreditation for the third time in a row, demonstrating impressive levels of engagement within the organisation.

This is the first time we have achieved a 1 Star rating (‘very good’), following two consecutive years of recognition as ‘Ones to Watch’.

Best Companies is an independent research organisation that gathers information on how engaged people are with their workplaces. It compiles The Sunday Times ‘100 Best Companies’ lists, and its ‘b-heard’ survey is the largest employee survey of its kind in the UK.

The survey aims to understand what really engages people, from leadership to work-life balance. Best Companies accreditation reflects our determination to make Babington a great place to work.

Chief Executive Officer Carole Carson said, “I’m really proud of this achievement as it’s the business equivalent of a restaurant getting a Michelin star! We were judged on what we’ve done to improve life at Babington since last year, and what the team think about working here.”

At Babington, we understand the importance of workplace engagement, and we can help others achieve it too. Our leadership and management programmes from the Charted Management Institute help you develop engaging leadership strategies that contribute to high performance.

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