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Home > News & Views > News & Events > Top 20 'Best Small Company to Work For' for the fourth year
We’re delighted that Berkeley has once again secured a top 20 position in the Sunday Times top 100 'Best Small Companies to Work For 2015’ list.
This is the fourth consecutive year that we have been recognised for this prestigious award and retained our top tier 3* rating which acknowledges excellence in the workplace. The list, which gauges workplace engagement and satisfaction through a comprehensive employee survey, examines views on company leadership, team dynamics, the strength of an employee’s affiliation to their firm, personal growth prospects, reward and recognition, overall wellbeing and pressure levels at work, and approach to CSR.
More than 400 small and medium enterprises took part so the competition was fierce. We were really pleased to be the highest ranked management consultancy, which we feel highlights just why Berkeley is so different to work both for and with.
We scored highly across all areas, improving on last year’s rankings in nearly all categories. Our core business premise of ‘doing the right thing for our clients’ again featured as a key message and remains an aspect of Berkeley that we feel strongly about. We stand by one of our principles that ‘business decisions should be transparent, free of personal bias and hidden agendas’. This fosters a relaxed yet focused environment that we believe stimulates our people, and encourages them to go the extra mile for our clients. It also means that our attrition rates are low – in fact we have the lowest attrition rates in the top 20 companies surveyed.
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