CIPP named in The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations list
21 February 2019
The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) is riding high after being named 52nd in The Sunday Times top 100 best not-for-profit organisations to work for list.
The CIPP has been named in The Sunday Times top 100 best not-for-profit organisations to work after demonstrating its commitment towards staff development. The award acknowledges excellence in workplace engagement and is judged purely on a staff survey – with only the highest level of overall employee engagement qualifying for the top 100.
Ken Pullar, CEO of the CIPP, said: “The CIPP is committed to delivering quality and excellence in everything that we do, aligning us with The Sunday Times Top 100. It is only through achieving excellent employee engagement that we are able to deliver quality and excellence in our services to members. The fact that our employees have been engaged enough to respond to the survey, and are motivated and committed to the CIPP mission and values speaks volumes, and I thank them for their hard work and dedication, we could not have achieved this accreditation without them.”
Shirley Harris, head of HR and payroll, added: “It gives me great joy and pride knowing that we work for an organisation which is so highly regarded, and for the third year being recognised in this prestigious list. We want our employees to be happy and to not treat their job as just a 9 to 5 that is why our relationship with our employees is so important. We treat everyone as an individual and help nurture and grow talent.”
The best companies to work for lists have been recognising excellent employee engagement for almost 20 years. The accreditation programme was modelled on the Michelin Guide star system which means it stands for quality and excellence.