National workplace survey names Swanswell as ‘One to Watch’ for fourth time
14 February 2014
Swanswell has again been named as ‘One to Watch’ following a survey of team members, as part of a national workplace engagement scheme.
It’s the fourth time in seven years that the national recovery charity, which wants to achieve a society free from problem alcohol and drug use, has achieved the status after taking part in the Best Companies Accreditation process.
Best Companies are an independent research organisation which specialises in understanding what fully engages people with their work. Every year, team members complete a survey that measures employee engagement across eight workplace factors.
This year, team members scored two factors – ‘My Team’ and ‘My Manager’ – highest, with ‘Leadership’, ‘My Company’, ‘Personal Growth’, ‘Wellbeing’ and ‘Giving Something Back’ among the other areas receiving increased recognition.
Debbie Bannigan, Swanswell’s Chief Executive, said: ‘We’re pleased to be recognised as a ‘One to Watch’ organisation again but we won’t stop there – we always strive to help our team members do well and be well, so we’ll continue to build on what we’ve achieved.
‘I often say I’m the luckiest Chief Executive to have such a talented team of individuals who really go the extra mile ever day, so it’s great to know our team members feel the same about working at Swanswell.’