London – May 12, 2023. Last night The Inspiring Workplaces Group announced its Top 50 Inspiring Workplaces list in EMEA.
The Inspiring Workplaces Awards 2023 asked each organisation to complete the entry form consisting of six key elements. Elements it believes are fundamental to creating an Inspiring Workplace. They are:
- Culture and Purpose
- Inclusion & Diversity
- Employee Experience
These elements were also available to be judged separately for special recognition in each discipline.
Organisations entered a category defined by how many people are within the business.
The Top 50 was decided by an independent expert judging panel.
Matt Manners, Founder, The Inspiring Workplaces Group commented, “Congratulations to The Top 50 Inspiring Workplaces throughout EMEA. The calibre of submissions this year has seen the bar raised considerably. The strongest that we have ever seen. This shows that business leaders really are putting their people first and reaping the rewards this deserves.
It also shows that positive, meaningful change is being delivered throughout the world of work. So this year we did not rank the Top 50 because simply being listed clearly puts those organisations in a new gold standard for PeopleFirst organisations”.
The EMEA Top 50 Inspiring Workplaces in Alphabetical Order:
- Alice Public Relations
- Anthony Nolan
- Bank of London and The Middle East (BLME)
- BBC Studios
- Bite Latvija
- British Society for Rheumatology
- Churchill Retirement PLC
- Claritas Tax
- Etisalat Egypt by e&
- Financial Services Compensation Scheme
- FSP Consulting Services Ltd
- Julius Rutherfoord & Co Ltd.
- Latro Kimya Dış Ticaret A.Ş.
- Liberty Seguros
- Liz Male Consulting Ltd (LMC)
- M&C Saatchi Sport & Entertainment
- NHS Business Services Authority
- People and Transformational HR Ltd
- Policy Expert
- Product Madness
- Rackspace Technology
- Reward Gateway
- Salutem Care and Education
- Stanton House Limited
- The American Creativity Academy
- The Phoenix Group
Business size categories:
Organisations entered based upon the size/type of organisation. The Top 5 were announced in each category last night. They are as follows:
Large Business Winners (500 – 4999 employees):
- Reward Gateway
About Reward Gateway:
Reward Gateway helps companies engage, motivate and retain people – every day, all over the world. Partnering with over 2,500 companies in 23 countries, they empower more than five million employees to connect, appreciate and support one another to make the world a better place to work. Their unified employee engagement hub provides the best of recognition, reward, wellbeing, surveys, benefits and discounts that support talent acquisition, retention and values-driven growth. Clients include American Express, Unilever, Samsung, IBM, McDonald's and more. Learn more at www.rewardgateway.com.
AddSecure is a leading European provider of secure IoT connectivity solutions with a focus on critical communications and safe data. The reliable end-to-end-solutions are based on secure critical communications technology that combine IoT connectivity platforms, software, and services, tailored to meet customers’ needs across different industries.
Today more than 50,000 customers within the security and safety industry, rescue services, building security and automation, digital care, construction, transport and logistics, utilities, smart cities, and more, safeguard their life- and business-critical operations with IoT solutions from AddSecure. This helps save lives, protect property and vital societal functions, and drives business.
AddSecure currently applies its expertise within secure critical communications and safe data in Smart Alarms, Smart Care, Smart Rescue, Smart Surveillance, Smart Transport, and the emerging technology area Smart Grids.
The headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden, with additional offices across Europe. The company employs around 900 people in 15 countries.
AddSecure is majority-owned by Funds, managed by Castik Capital, a European private equity fund with a long-term approach to value creation.