The Sovini Group named one of Europe’s best workplaces
The Sovini Group has been recognised as one of the best places to work in Europe.
The Group were ranked as Europe’s 9th best workplace at a special ceremony in Paris on Thursday, 8th June.
Microsoft, Ferrari and 3M number among the previous winners of European Great Workplaces.
In May The Sovini Group, which formed in 2011, was named as one of the UK’s best workplaces, placing ahead of companies such as McDonald’s, Hilton Worldwide, Mars and MBNA.
The award ranked The Sovini Group as the best organisation to work for in its sector and the UK’s best workplace outside London.
Tom O’Byrne, Great Place to Work CEO, said: “We know that there’s a real sense of pride and belonging across the business; employees tell us they feel valued and that they get a buzz from making a difference to the people and communities they serve. The fact they have a caring workplace culture with a family feel, where people will go out of their way to support each other, is a key element in creating a positive, engaged and successful workforce which is obviously driving The Group’s success. We look forward to their continued success as a Best Workplace.”
Roy Williams, Chief Executive of The Sovini Group, said: “I’m proud that we’ve built a successful business that feels like a family, where people care about what they do and support each other to achieve it.”
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