Best Place to Work Finalist at the NCE Awards 2016
Article posted on: 20th May 2016
We were shortlisted in the “Best Place To Work” category at this years NCE awards and we couldn’t be prouder.
This further recognises how as an employer we strive to be the best. We constantly look at how we can evolve as a business to create our employees a workplace that recognises individuality, challenge and balance.
We were named along with a number of large multinational firms in this years shortlist and are proud that we can offer our employees the same level of opportunity and support as some of these international organisations. Our size allows our senior management team to know all staff personally, little things matter and that’s what we always keep in mind. We provide lots of opportunity for our staff to mix at social events through-out the year and our annual BBQ where all staff are invited along with their families.
As a company we are dedicated to providing a work environment that is considered to be both friendly and challenging, we promote equality throughout the business and all members of staff work together and receive the same support and opportunity regardless of background or role. We recognise our staff make our business what it is and that many clients return to us as they have built strong working relationships with our teams.
At Clancy we know sometimes our staff will be experiencing personal challenges and this can impact on their working life and vice versa. We go the extra mile to ensure our staff are supported to the best of our ability. Whether it be the provision of our Employee Assistance Programme, flexibility in the job role, emotional resilience training, health and wellbeing checks or regular departmental meetings, every member of staff knows as a employer we operate an open door policy and a problem shared is a problem we can then help to support and resolve.
As quoted in the June 2016 edition of the NCE:
“Being at work is a fundamental part of most people’s lives and it can affect their lives as a whole. We need to feel useful, wanted, challenged and fulfilled. As we gain further responsibilities in our life we have to make sure there is a balance to manage them all.”