Top Employers

Work for a Top Employer. Click on the logos to find out about each organisation’s fantastic family friendly policies and also view their current vacancies. The employers listed have all signed up to the top employers charter. Click the read more button to find out more.

Top Employers’ Charter

Employers who sign up to the our top employers charter are doing so as a statement of their commitment to fully embracing the business case for flexible working, and enabling parents to progress and enhance their careers whilst managing the challenges of family life.

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A-C, D-F, G-I, J-L, M-O, P-R, S-U, V-Z

What the Charter means:

  • Having a commitment to openly supporting flexible working across the organisation
  • Demonstrating a commitment to providing a diverse and inclusive workplace for all employees, regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation
  • Being committed to enabling employees to develop and build their careers – whatever their working pattern
  • Working towards other progressive and innovative practices and policies which support and educate employees (including age awareness programmes, for example)
  • Awareness of the benefits to the organisations of these policies and practices
  • Committed to the communication of the business benefits of flexible working to the whole organisation

Benefits to Charter signatories:

Signing up to the Top Employers Charter provides independent external recognition and a public statement that you are committed to being an employer of choice – committed to a diverse and agile workforce, thereby boosting your employer brand (both internally & externally) and providing competitive edge when recruiting & retaining talent. The Charter is free to sign up. Contact us if you would like to find out how  your organisation can be involved.

The benefits of being a family friendly and flexible employer include: improved staff engagement & increased retention higher level talent attraction boosted productivity positive work/life balance for employees.

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