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Xalient listed at best place to work
Secure network transformation specialist Xalient (www.xalient.com) is voted among the top ten best employers in the ‘medium-sized’ category of The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Awards. The Sunday Times Best Places to Work (www.thetimes.co.uk/static/best-places-to-work-2023) in the UK Awards for 2023. The nationwide workplace survey honours and celebrates Britain's top employers and acknowledges the best workplaces for women, LGBTQIA+ community, disabled employees, ethnic minorities, younger and older workers, and wellbeing.
The Sunday Times partnered with employee-experience platform WorkL to deliver fresh insights into what makes a Best Place to Work. Using 35 questions from WorkL's employee engagement survey, the awards most accurately monitored employee engagement and wellbeing in the workplace. Xalient achieved an excellent average overall workplace engagement score of 93% against an industry average across the technology sector of 70%. Additionally, Xalient scored 94% confidence in management against an industry average across the technology sector of 69%, which was also deemed to be excellent.
“From day one, culture has been at the heart of Xalient’s vision for the business. But investing, nurturing, and maintaining that culture as you grow becomes more challenging, therefore I’m delighted to see that our employees have voted for us in such a positive way,” says David Bowes, Chief People Officer, Xalient. “As we continue to evolve the business, so we want to see our employees flourish and we are investing in a range of programmes that will help them develop, but most importantly we want them to stay and be part of the Xalient family.”
“The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards recognize companies that create a happier and fulfilling working environment for all, by fostering engagement from their teams, yielding great business and performance in return,” says Chris Longcroft, EVP Publisher, The Times and The Sunday Times. “Wishing all of those companies who made the grade this year many congratulations.”
“Many Congratulations to this year's winners of the Sunday Times Best Places to Work, powered by WorkL,” adds Lord Mark Price, Founder, WorkL. “You should be very proud of your achievement of being recognised as one of the very best places to work in the UK. I have little doubt that these awards will help with both retention of your existing employees and drive recruitment of the best candidates into your organisations in the year ahead.”
This latest accolade for Xalient comes off the back of many other significant recognitions already achieved this year, with Xalient ranked 45th in The Independent E2E Tech 100 list and also named among Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2023 by the Financial Times and Statista for the second consecutive year.
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