Tate ranked 17 on Sunday Times Best Small Companies 2014 list
The Sunday Times Best Companies To Work For league table ranks the UK’s leading employers based on leadership, management, wellbeing, corporate social responsibility, employee engagement and how happy staff are with core elements such as pay, work pressures and benefits.
David Clubb, managing director of Tate, commented, “We’re a business on the move and we’re rapidly rising up the ladder of best companies to work for. We’re thrilled with our new position in the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For and the fact that we’ve been awarded the Best Companies Accreditation three star status.
At Tate, we have a great working environment and effective employee engagement programmes. Together our employees and management team have helped make Tate a great place to work. Being earmarked as an outstanding employer is also extremely influential in helping us fill and create new roles and attracting the best talent as our organisation grows.”
Since its inception in 1985, Tate has seen significant growth and now employs more than 120 employees with 29 branches throughout the UK. Its customers include FTSE-listed companies and SMEs, as well as many public sector organisations.
Ranked at 62 in 2013, the dramatic rise up the league table is testament to Tate’s commitment to deliver the best possible working environment one which ensures employees are nurtured and encouraged to develop their talents.