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Sunday Times ‘Best Places to Work’ Awards

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Veolia has made a second successive appearance in the Top Ten Best “Very Big” Companies to Work for category of The Sunday Times’ annual Best Places to Work listing of organisations in the UK.

The awards celebrate the organisations with the highest employee engagement and wellbeing levels, as measured by in-depth employee surveys carried out during the year, and are presented only to organisations which meet strict engagement criteria. The company also achieved an ‘Excellent’ rating for job satisfaction, empowerment and instilling pride at work. 

To have achieved this for two consecutive years shows how positively our people feel about Veolia and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our people and society at large. 

The award recognises the success of the extensive programmes developed by the environmental services provider to address the areas of employee experience, purpose, inclusion, diversity, and well-being. These initiatives connect Veolia’s people with their purpose of ecological transformation and the values that underpin their work.

Beth Whittaker, Chief HR Officer, Veolia Northern Europe, says: “I’m delighted that Veolia has been recognised in the Sunday Times Best Places to Work Awards for the second time. 

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“To have achieved this for two consecutive years shows how positively our people feel about Veolia and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our people and society at large. 

“The need for climate action has never been more critical and at Veolia, we know its our people who are instrumental in delivering and discovering the solutions for ecological transformation. This award recognises the progress we’re making to ensure every individual feels supported, valued and empowered to contribute to our purpose.”

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