Business Brilliance Awards celebrate leading companies from all around the world, regardless of size or industry, in the private or third sector. Previous winners of the awards include BMW Group, O2, Aviva and Zurich.The
The Employer of the Year category recognises organisations that have created a stimulating and supportive work environment and a real commitment to the welfare of its employees, resulting in high staff satisfaction levels and a well-motivated, ambitious and integrated workforce.
Key areas that are judged include successful communication of brand values, staff development, an embedded ethical culture, and creative and collaborative customer service.
Dedicated professionals embodying the company values
The team is encouraged to go the extra mile to make a difference to a community, solve an environmental issue, and improve UK recycling. As such the Ecosurety ‘Change for Good’ mindset has been a guiding principle within the organisation and has become the backbone of the company.
This, combined with continuous investment and development in employees, as well as a commitment to creating the best team in the waste and recycling industry, was key to Ecosurety’s success at the awards.
Head of HR Luke Hutchison commented “This award acknowledges the quality and engagement of our team, something I strive to nurture every day. Not only are our team dedicated professionals, they are also passionate about their work, embodying the company values."
"Ecosurety's people are at the core of all activities. It's all about the people. If we get the people right, the quality and service will follow.”
Marketing communication specialist
Ben joined the team at the beginning of 2015 to help drive the marketing communications for Ecosurety, working closely with all areas of the business to help spread the good word!
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