Mitie Recognised by Top Employers Institute
Mitie is the only UK facilities management company to be named in Top Employer UK 2019, the Top Employers Institute's annual listing of organisations committed to progressing outstanding people strategies.
Top Employers lead the way in ‘people-first’ HR practices and Mitie joins a a prestigious list of corporate peers.
As an independent HR certification company, the Top Employers Institute assesses participants through its global HR Best Practices Survey which covers topics from Talent Acquisition to Leadership Development. In order to be certified, organisations must successfully achieve the required standard as set out by the Top Employers Institute.
The certificate comes as Mitie continues its cultural transformation programme. Mitie has listened to its 54,000 staff and responded directly to their needs by launching it’s ‘You Said, We Did’ campaign. Activity has included launching new company wide vision and values, developing policies which support the workforce’s needs, such as an enhanced maternity package, and launching new technology to unite its diverse workforce.
The certificate was presented at a ceremony at London Hilton Park Lane on Thursday 31 January.
David Plink, CEO of Top Employers Institute said:
“We believe that the 2019 Certified organisations demonstrate exceptional employee conditions and encourage the development of these practices by putting their people first. These companies help enrich the world of work with their outstanding dedication to HR excellence and because of this, they are recognised as an employer of choice.”
Jo Davis, Group HR Director, said:
“We are honoured to announce that Mitie has been certified as a 2019 Top Employer. Our promise to our people is to create a place where they can thrive and be their best every day. We are on a journey to make Mitie a fantastic place to work and this shows that we are absolutely moving in the right direction, creating a place where our people can both be, and deliver, the exceptional, every day.”