Achieving this award is a testament to the huge focus on our people and the culture of empowerment we have created. Our learning and development initiatives and programmes have been instrumental in securing this accreditation.
Commenting on the recognition, Greg Mace, Founder and Managing Director of Rapport said:
“We are delighted to be recognised in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For list. This achievement is a tribute to the fantastic work, passion and dedication of every one of our team. Our people are at the heart of our business and this recognition is all about celebrating their efforts.”
The awards are based on a number of criteria, recognising an organisation’s approach to factors such as employee engagement, work-life balance, and training and development. Rapport also received a two-star accreditation from the organisation ‘Best Companies’ which is the second highest accreditation that can be achieved and represents organisations striving for and achieving outstanding results. This can only be made possible through an ‘outstanding’ commitment to workplace engagement.