Each year the competition to be recognised in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For rankings is rife.
The rankings, which showcase the most positive workplace cultures, the best employers and shine a light on those businesses which strive to really make a difference, is a recognition that most HR practitioners yearn for. Not only does this illustrate an outstanding employee experience and environment in which to thrive but, similar to Glassdoor reviews, this recognition acts as a public stamp of approval that a company is a good place for prospective employees to join. But the rigorous process means that getting into the rankings is not always plain sailing and it may take employers a couple of attempts to successfully make it onto the list.
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