Investigo and Goodman Masson appear in Glassdoor’s Best Workplace for Leadership and Culture
Investigo and Goodman Masson have been ranked within the 20 UK companies with the best workplace and culture. The top 20, as chosen by employees, have been announced in new research by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Glassdoor.
Ranking 2nd on the list, Investigo were scored through analysis of reviews posted by past and present employees on Glassdoor. The ratings include 98% ‘recommend to a friend rating’, a 100% CEO approval and an overall company score of 4.8 out of 5. The company score for both culture and senior management is an impressive 4.8. This year the company has introduced wellbeing days, launched a mentoring platform called Open Blend and has regular companywide get togethers. They also have a fantastic reward and recognition scheme to ensure their people feel valued and recognised.
Investigo cites the main reasons its people love working for the business as the culture, opportunities and reward. As the company grows they continue to nurture the culture that has been cultivated over the years.
Nick Baxter, CEO of Investigo commented, “We are delighted to achieve such a high ranking in this year’s Top 20. We know people join us because of the ambition, opportunities and rewards – and they stay with us because of the culture. This is huge recognition for us that we are doing a lot right, but I think our success comes from the fact that we never become complacent and continue to listen to our people and their feedback. We know if the culture is right then we will continue to succeed, so our people and how they feel about working for Investigo, will always be a top priority for us as a business.”
The ‘Leadership and Culture at Work: the CMI/Glassdoor Top 20’ ranking was based on analysis of the reviews posted on the Glassdoor website by current and former employees of more than 7,000 companies. Rob Wall, Head of Policy at CMI, said: “The CMI/Glassdoor Top 20 showcases companies with the best management and working cultures in the UK. At a time when trust in business is at an all-time low, good management and leadership is more important than ever to build inclusive and inspiring cultures which enhance productivity and promote employee engagement and wellbeing.”
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