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Gloucester City Homes has been unveiled as one of ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For Profit Companies to Work For’ 2016.

 

The achievement was announced at an awards event in London on 24th February where Gloucester City Homes found out that they had secured 58th place in the prestigious, nationwide list of companies.

 

This is the second time Gloucester City Homes have featured on the list, with this being their highest ranking to date. The award recognises excellence in the workplace across a range of areas including: leadership and organisational values, training and prospects, wellbeing, teamwork, employee engagement, and how the organisation contributes to the wider community.

 

The accreditation which Gloucester City Homes has been awarded is due to their achieving a high score on Best Companies’ survey, which examined the ins-and-outs of company life. The survey reveals how employees really feel about their work environment.

 

Ashley Green, Chief Executive at GCH commented “I am delighted with the outcome and we will work hard to keep going up the ladder, but this is a marvellous result for our tenants, our team and the whole of Gloucester City Homes.”

 

Emily Cambridge, Head of Human Resources and Inclusion added “This achievement demonstrates how well we lead and manage our teams so that we can deliver high quality services to our tenants. To finish within the Sunday Times Top 100 again is testimony to all the hard work our staff put in and what they think of the organisation.”

 

Nick Musty, Housing Officer voted Employee of the Year said “GCH is a great company to work for and the organisation helps and supports everyone to be as successful as possible. It is amazing that we landed at number 58 this year and I am glad to have had the opportunity to represent the company at the awards event.”

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