Sunday Times Top 100 Company to Work For 2013
Impact International are proud to once again be named a Sunday Times Best Small Company to Work For.
Best Companies compile the Sunday Times Top 100 list following extensive research and questionnaires sent to employees.
The Sunday Times highlighted a couple of key points in their magazine "Impact's survey results has shown us that work is an important part of life for the firm's people, scoring 92% positive, in second place among small companies. Impact helps people work more effectively to create sustainable enterprises, and tries to set a good example: 'Impact doesn't just talk about doing good; we actually do it.' Staff agree, believing the business makes a positive difference to the world, 92% in third place."
As well as being placed 16th overall in the Top 100 List Impact have also retained Three Star Best Company Status. Impact have taken part in these awards since 2005 and we are proud that our people continue to rate Impact as a great place to work.
About the awards
This year 448 firms registered to take part in the contest to be ranked as one of the country's top 100 workplaces employing less than 250 people. The views of 28,899 employees were gathered, making this the most comprehensive survey of its kind in the country. The statements in the employee questionnaire are designed to assess people's attitudes in eight key areas of working life. Success in each is essential. These eight factors are: Leadership, Wellbeing, My Manager, My Team, Giving Something Back, Fair Deal, My Company and Personal Growth.
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