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Roll-Royce has been rated the best company to work for in Britain, according to new data compiled by the world’s biggest job site, Indeed.
Indeed compiled a list of the top 50 companies to work for. The list includes both high-street and business-to-business brands, as well as British and foreign-based firms.
The top 10 on the list features companies who are known for valuing its employees well. Number three on the list is John Lewis, Britain’s best-known partnership which invites employees to become partners and shares profits amongst them.
Top 10 best places to work in the private sector:
1. Rolls Royce
3. John Lewis
6. Marriott Vacations
8. Siemens AG
Bill Richards, UK managing director at global job site, Indeed, said: “While the need to earn a salary is the imperative that makes us go to work, it’s far from the only criteria we judge work on.”
“Benefits and workplace flexibility play an important role in workplace happiness, but they’re not the key determinants of what makes an organisation great. For most employees, feeling valued, a positive company culture and quality management matter more.”
“Having fun, feeling like you’re having an impact and seeing that impact extend beyond the company to the world—those are the things that make a workplace really special.”