Unbeatable Gore marches fourth into top spot again
W L Gore is home and dry again as winner of the UK’s toughest survey yet to measure staff satisfaction. But there are signs of other Companies closing the gap as workplace standards rise, reports Alastair McCall
They’ve done it again. W L Gore & Associates have topped The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For survey for the fourth year running.
The good news for the chasing pack is that the gap between Gore and the rest has narrowed in the past 12 months, but not enough to topple it from its throne. It remains the company to beat, offering its 454 employees better personal growth, greater team spirit and a stronger sense of belonging than any other company in our contest.
Just making the lists — the 100 Best Companies to Work For, the 20 Best Big Companies to Work For (both contained in this supplement) and the 100 Best Small Companies to Work For — is prize enough for most Companies. Read more...