Outstanding employee engagement places Vauxhall Motors as Britain’s 4th highest ranked Top Employer 2012
At yesterday’s awards dinner in London, Vauxhall Motors celebrated its outstanding achievement as Britain’s 4th highest ranked Top Employer for 2012, amongst 66 other organisations. Based on independent research conducted by the CRF Institute, Vauxhall Motors offers its employees exceptional working conditions with particular emphasis on Secondary Benefits and Company Culture.
Vauxhall Motors’ workforce benefits from an attractive salary and benefits package and a company culture where people engagement is of major importance. Through various schemes, Vauxhall is encouraging its employees to communicate and exchange ideas and thoughts at all levels and to be actively involved in generating positive change throughout the company. As an employer, Vauxhall demonstrates exceptional dedication to its workforce and the Community where it operates, also offering excellent international career opportunities.
Eleanor Nickerson, Country Manager, Britain’s Top Employers: “This year we’re proud to certify our strongest group of Top Employers to date. Increasingly we’re seeing creative and intelligent HR practices and employee offerings that ensure the working experience is positive, and that employee groups get what they want from their employment. We’re seeing a heavy emphasis on flexible benefits, on segmented employee offerings and on career development that ensures employee growth and good succession planning.”
Duncan Aldred, Chairman and Managing Director, congratulates the team saying: “Employee engagement is important in everything we do and I am proud to work amongst such a multi-skilled and involved workforce. Our HR team has done an excellent job creating a great workplace of choice and I am extremely pleased to see all our efforts rewarded with this high ranking Top Employer certification for 2012.”
Notes to Editor on the CRF Institute, Top Employers Certification and Vauxhall Motors
The CRF Institute is a specialist in the field of international research into HR management and working conditions and a large number of employers in the UK were assessed on Primary and Secondary Benefits and Working Conditions, Training and Development, Career Development, and Company Culture. Only those organisations that met the stringent research criteria received the Top Employers certification.