Osborne Appointments On Instagram Like Us On Facebook OA on Google Plus Connect With Us On LinkedIn Follow Us On Twitter

OA chosen as "Best Place to Work in the UK"

I am delighted and extremely proud to advise that Osborne Appointments have been chosen by The Sun newspaper, as the “Best Place to Work in the UK,” beating off competition from the likes of Tesco, Halfords, Premier Inn and National Express. 

This award, the seventh in the last two years, is based on employee feedback, on areas such as;-, 

  • Involvement in the local community
  • Leadership and vision
  • The working environment
  • Career opportunities
  • Training & Development 

There were three categories, with OA winning the Small Business category. We were then chosen as the overall winner.

This really is a wonderful achievement and we are so proud to be recognised by the largest UK newspaper.

Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, said:

“Congratulations to Osborne Appointments. Every day recruiters help people find new jobs that transform their lives and help businesses find the talent they need.

“Our industry drives the UK jobs market. We employ more than 103,000 people and contribute more than £31.5 billion to the economy.“Good recruitment and employment is at the heart of our work, so it’s great to see recruiters leading the way as 7 the best companies to work for.”

Business Secretary Greg Clark also commented:

“It’s an honour to work with Britain’s small, medium and large businesses every day. One of the UK’s greatest strengths is that we are a nation of entrepreneurs. Smaller firms are lynch- pins of local economies and big-name firms take on the world, employing millions and driving growth.

“It is great to see these businesses recognised by The Sun for doing right for the people. At a time of great change, we can be inspired by the fact more jobs have been created in Britain over the last decade than in the rest of Europe put together.”

You can view the electronic version of the article below;