The position was announced at a black tie dinner hosted at Battersea Evolution in London on 26th February, with several Motivcom staff in attendance.
Receiving the plaque on behalf of Motivcom alongside Group HR Operations Manager Sonia Jenkins, Executive Director John Sylvester said:
“I’m really delighted that Motivcom has once again achieved a top 100 place in The Sunday Times list – it is a fantastic achievement.”
“Great companies are made up of great people so I’d like to thank all our staff for their commitment to making this one of the best companies in the UK to work for.”
Motivcom’s latest accolade comes hot on the heels being awarded Best Companies 2 Star Accreditation in January 2015.
The Accreditation, which is based on employee feedback in Best Companies Ltd annual ‘b heard’ staff survey, follows a ‘Michelin style’ star rating system and recognises those organisations that hold employee engagement as an integral part of their success and growth.
John added: “Our latest 2 Star Accreditation demonstrates the continued success and improvement across all our businesses. We take employee engagement and staff satisfaction very seriously and both these awards demonstrate that we really do practice what we preach”.
Contributing Factors to Success
Staff at Motivcom believe the business has a strong social conscience (74%) and that it cares about the environment (65%) through its involvement with green initiatives such as carbon offsetting.
But it’s not just charity and environmental events that get everyone together at Motivcom — there is a strong social scene across the company, and employees say they have fun with their team (81%) and there is a strong family feeling among colleagues (77%). Employees do not feel that they are under too much pressure to work effectively (71%) or drained of energy by their teammates (72%).
Now in its 15th year, the publication of The Sunday Times Best 100 lists is a highly anticipated event in the business calendar. More than 880 UK businesses annually take part in the b heard survey with just 325 achieving a place in one of The Sunday Times’ Best 100 lists. The categories include: 100 Best Small Companies; 100 Best Medium-Sized Companies; 25 Best Big Companies and 100 Best Non-For-Profit Organisations.