Alliotts accredited as a ‘One to Watch’ by Best Companies
‘One to watch’ is a special status awarded to organisations
17 Jun 2022
‘One to watch’ is a special status awarded to organisations with a good level of workplace engagement and which shows promising signs for the future. We are tremendously proud of this achievement. You can view our page at Best Companies here – https://www.b.co.uk/companies/alliotts
In addition we were delighted to be recognised as
The South East’s Top 100 best companies to work for
London’s Top 50 best mid-sized companies to work for
Top 10 accountancy firms to work for
Putting ourselves forward for Best Companies was a brave decision at a challenging time as we emerged from the pandemic, but we felt it was the right time for us.
Everyone was invited to take part in the Best Companies survey to provide a benchmark of the level of engagement; to open up honest discussions on ways we can improve; and to recognise the importance of their opinions and happiness in the workplace.
It was also great to hear what people feel is going exceptionally well. Alliotts scored particularly highly in ‘my team’ with team members valuing the care amongst team members and the sense of family. People also feel that they can make a positive contribution to Alliotts’ success.
According to indepth analysis of the survey by Best Companies, Alliotts’ three strengths are fair pay; training that is of personal benefit, with opportunities to learn; and senior managers who listen rather than tell.
Steve Meredith Chairman of Alliotts commented
‘We’re delighted with the feedback and have used the results to draft an action plan of improvements to employee engagement and to make Alliotts an even better place to work. We aim to run another survey later in the year to measure the effectiveness of that plan. This is a truly exciting time for Alliotts’
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