Liberis Ranks 3rd Best UK Workplace For Women (Medium) 2018
Liberis are very proud to announce that - on top of achieving 21st place in Great Place to Work's Best Medium Workplaces 2018 list - Liberis have also been recognised as one of the Best Medium Workplaces For Women! Making a shortlist of 34 companies in the UK, and ranking 3rd in the 15 organisations of our size.
In the running for Best Place to Work we underwent a process that assessed our employee experience through a trust index score, and the impact of our HR and leadership practices through a culture audit. To extend our application as a Best Workplace for Women we submitted an additional 1,000 word statement on our policies / practices on gender equality, inclusion and fairness; including initiatives such as personal development plans, family / childcare benefits and salary benchmarking - amongst many others!
Jo Tripp, HR Director at Liberis says: "Ranking as the 3rd Best Workplace for Women is an awesome achievement for Liberis; and a great honour to be recognised for our inclusive practices and men to women ratio too. As a company - and as a community - we are very proud of our policies in equality, but we know that this goes far beyond gender. Diversity in thought comes from all different people, from all different backgrounds and we want to encourage this conversation both in our workplace and beyond."
Ben Gautrey, COO at Great Place to Work says: "We are delighted to recognise so many great organisations in this our first ranking of the best workplaces for women. The issues around women in the workplace, particularly parity of pay, continue to be hot topics and we are proud that, with this ranking and the insights from our successful organisations, we are able to add to the agenda and continue to raise awareness of the importance of fairness around pay, recognition, training and development opportunities and work/life balance.
What our Best Workplaces for Women clearly show is that this is the right way to do business. The result is they are better able to attract and retain female talent who are encouraged to develop professionally and personally."