Top Employers for Working Families have been revealed!

Top Employers for Working Families – the annual list is out.

To kick off National Work Life Week, charity Working Families will announce the much-anticipated annual list of Top Employers for Working Families, sponsored by Computershare.

To enter, organisations must complete a benchmark survey which examines in detail their flexible and family friendly working policies and practices. Now in its sixth year, the 2015 benchmark was the first in the series to take a look at the way organisations are setting up their Shared Parental Leave schemes. Top-scoring benchmark entrants gain a place in the final published list of thirty Top Employers for Working Families. And the highest-scoring entrants who have won through to the final official list are:

The Top 10 Employers for Working Families (A-Z)

American Express

Barclays Bank PLC

Centrica

Citi

Deloitte LLP

DWF LLP

EY

Lloyds Banking Group

Ministry of Justice

Southdown Housing Association

Top 11-30 (A-Z)

Addleshaw Goddard LLP

Aimia

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Computershare

Hogan Lovells

iCrossing

KPMG LLP

National Assembly for Wales

Oliver Wyman

Pinsent Masons LLP

Royal Mail Group

Santander UK

Simmons & Simmons

Sysdoc Limited

The London School of Economics and Political Science

The Scottish Government

The University of Lincoln

UBS AG

Wales & West Housing

Westfield Europe Limited

Employers with up to 250 employees could opt to enter a tailored Small Employer Benchmark.  The benchmark for small and medium employers is now in its third year and demonstrates that good practice and innovation are flourishing in this sector. Organisations who have made the final list in 2015 are:

The Top 10 Small Employers for Working Families (A-Z)

Brand Learning Group Ltd

Bristol Students’ Union

CiC Employee Assistance)

Edison Investment Research Ltd

Effective HRM Limited

iCrossing

Parental Choice Ltd

Sacker & Partners LLP

Solve HR Ltd

Workpond

Top-scoring Small Employer Benchmark entrant Sacker & Partners will be named as the overall Top Small Employer for Working Families.

Sarah Jackson, Chief Executive of Working Families said:

‘Working Families congratulates the top 30 organisations and top 10 small employers who have gained a well-deserved place as a Top Employer for Working Families.  In a working environment where the Right to Request flexible working and Shared Parental Leave are now a reality, these employers have shown leadership and innovation in their policies and practices, and will reap the rewards of attracting the best talent and having a loyal and engaged workforce.  As flexible working becomes embedded in more organisations, Working Families is calling on employers to adopt a ‘flexible by default’ approach, to continue the rise in flexible working and help everyone to achieve a work life balance that works for them.’

Julian Foster, Managing Director at Computershare said:

‘The best employees have rounded existences, and the best employers do not force their staff to compromise their commitment to their families, so congratulations to all the winners of these important awards.

Flexible working creates happier and healthier workforces that are hardworking, committed and loyal, and it’s great to have had another chance this year to share ideas and reward those organisations that empower their employees.’

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Working Families is the UK’s leading work-life organisation. The charity supports and gives a voice to working parents and carers, whilst also helping employers create workplaces which encourage work-life balance for everyone.


(Article first published http://www.workingfamilies.org.uk/news/the-top-employers-for-working-families-are-unveiled/ 21/09/2015)


 


 


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