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  Posted by: electime      26th February 2018

Certsure, which operates the NICEIC and ELECSA brands, ranked 41st in the Top 100 list, 11 places higher than last year’s position of 52. It is the sixth year running it has been named in the top 100.

Certsure CEO Emma Clancy commented: “I am delighted to have made it into the top 100 again. Our rise up the rankings reflects the changes we have implemented to better serve our staff and customers.

“The Times Top 100 process is about creating a culture of achievement that makes people want to work for Certsure. This jump into the Top 50 proves that we are going in the right direction.”

Over the last 12 months Certsure has launched a range of initiatives to increase employee engagement. These include: The launch of a new employee engagement hub, the roll out of a new corporate strategy, successful recruitment campaigns, continued sponsorship of Luton Town Football Club, raising over £16,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support and £8,00 for Alzheimer’s Research UK, increased customer service training, as well as a new apprenticeship programme to recruit younger engineers

The Times Top 100 list is based on employee feedback across eight factors of working life including leadership, wellbeing, personal growth and fair deal.

Certsure was praised for its approach to employee wellbeing ranking 17thoverall. It also scored highly in the My Manager and My Company sections.

Emma added: “It’s great that so many employees feel proud to work for Certsure.

“It is only through our staff that we can achieve such great results and I would like to thank everyone for such a great contribution to making Certsure such a great place to work.

“This is a fantastic result and great recognition of all the hard work and effort that everyone has put in over the last 12 months.

“I am proud of the culture and environment we have created and it makes coming to work each day that bit more exciting.”