Hilton Nursing Partners Celebrated Among The Sunday Times 100 Best Places to Work 2024

Hilton Nursing Partners Celebrated Among The Sunday Times 100 Best Places to Work 2024

Hilton Nursing Partners Celebrated Among The Sunday Times 100 Best Places to Work 2024

Hilton Nursing Partners has earned a prestigious spot on The Sunday Times, Best Places to Work 2024 list for medium-sized organisations. This weekend, the company will be featured both online and in print in the Sunday Times’ May 12th issue, marking a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to creating an exemplary workplace.

The newspaper picked up on the news that the company has been officially named one of the UK’s Best Workplaces™ 2024 by Great Place To Work®, the global authority on workplace culture. This accolade underscores the company’s dedication to fostering a supportive and dynamic work environment.

Chris Longcroft, EVP Publisher, The Times and The Sunday Times, said: “All organisations are only as good as the people they employ and retain. The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards recognise companies that are innovating to create an engaged and fulfilling working environment for all and in so doing they are creating the best possible platform for business success. To be named on The Sunday Times Best Places to Work list is a true recognition of excellence and I congratulate those organisations who made the grade this year.”

Jessica Callaghan, Head of People, Development & Culture at Hilton Nursing Partners, expressed her pride in the company’s achievement, stating, “I am so proud of Hilton Nursing Partners. What a fantastic achievement to be recognised in this way.”

The Sunday Times partnered with employee-experience platform WorkL to deliver fresh insights into what makes a Best Place to Work. The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards survey uses 26 questions from WorkL’s employee engagement survey, developed by behavioural scientists, data analysts, psychologists, business leaders, academics and other independent parties to most accurately monitor employee engagement, wellbeing and discretionary effort in the workplace. To achieve a high overall engagement score, an organisation must score well across WorkL’s six-step framework:

1. Reward and Recognition

2. Instilling Pride

3. Information Sharing

4. Empowerment

5. Wellbeing

6. Job Satisfaction

Lord Mark Price, Founder of WorkL, said:  “I’m absolutely delighted for this year’s winners of the Sunday Times Best Places to Work, powered by WorkL. Many Congratulations to you all. We’ve been absolutely blown away by just how many brilliant companies entered the awards in the hopes of being recognised, so it’s a real achievement to have made the list. WorkL are proud to power these awards and support organisations in retaining and recruiting the very best employees.”

The Sunday Times selected Hilton Nursing Partners through a stringent assessment process. The evaluation included a review of the company’s written submissions, an independent survey, and feedback from employees, ensuring a comprehensive analysis of the workplace environment.

Hilton Nursing Partners’ inclusion in this esteemed list highlights its success in cultivating a workplace where employees feel valued, engaged, and motivated. This recognition not only celebrates the company’s achievements but also sets a benchmark for other organisations striving to enhance their workplace cultures.

Zoe Thomas, editor of The Sunday Times Best Places to Work, said: “It is my pleasure to introduce the Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024. These include a huge range of businesses and not-for-profits, from innovative start-ups with a handful of employees to big multinational corporations staffed by thousands. The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024 span all industry sectors and are located throughout the UK. Uniting them is the commitment to make their organisation a better place to work for everyone, and there is no limit to the creative lengths they go to to engage employees. Why have a job just anywhere when you could be carving out a career at a Sunday Times Best Place to Work?”

For more information, readers can access the full feature in The Sunday Times online and in the print edition on Sunday, May 12th.

Great Place To Work® performed rigorous evaluations of hundreds of employee survey responses alongside Culture Audit™ submissions from leaders at each company to create the 2024 UK’s Best Workplaces™ list. They then used these data insights to benchmark the effectiveness of companies’ employee value propositions against the culture their employees actually experience. Only those businesses who achieve the highest scores after evaluation receive Best Workplaces™ status.