Fleet Alliance scoops fourth Great Place to Work award
The institute is part of the world’s largest consultancy specialising in workplace assessment and enhancement, and the award is the fourth in succession that the Glasgow-based company has received, making it one of the top 50 best places to work in the UK in the medium-sized category for companies with 50-499 employees.
The Fleet Alliance overall Trust Index score was 92% which represented the percentage of staff who said Fleet Alliance was a great place to work. The result is 40% higher than the UK average and 7% higher than the average for the top 100 Best Workplaces.
In participating in this year’s Best Places to Work survey, Fleet Alliance staff took part in a confidential and anonymous survey process from the Great Place to Work Institute, covering 17 different workplace areas and categories.
They answered a series of questions about the standard and quality of their workplace covering areas such as recognition, reward, talent management, values and ethics, and trust in leadership.
Some 98% of Fleet Alliance staff said it was a friendly place to work, and the same percentage said it had ‘special and unique benefits’.
A selection of stand-out results were:
- 94% of staff said they are proud to tell others they worked there
- 96% of staff said they would recommend working there to others
- 94% of staff said they felt a sense of pride at what the company has accomplished
- 94% said management was approachable and easy to talk with
- 96% of staff said Fleet Alliance managed its impact upon society responsibly
- 96% of staff said that Fleet Alliance was working to reduce it environmental impact
“We are delighted to have again been rated one of the Best Places to Work in the UK, based on the feedback from our staff and as measured by the Great Place to Work Institute,” said Fleet Alliance managing director, Martin Brown.
“It is extremely gratifying to be named one of the UK’s Best Workplaces for the fourth year in a row, and to have staff both recognise and value our efforts to continuously improve their professional and personal wellbeing.”