Moneypenny Receives Great Place to Work Accreditation

04/08/2022
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Huge congratulations to ECI portfolio company Moneypenny who have been officially accredited as a Great Place to Work-Certified™ organisation.

Certification™ is a very significant achievement as it is based on anonymous surveys of employees’ experience, scoring the business across different aspects of workplace culture, such as inclusivity, employee wellbeing and management.

The process also requires written submission from organisations, outlining their employee experience, how its people are involved in developing new ideas and better ways of doing things, and how – regardless of their role- employees are made to feel included and able to reach their highest potential. It’s great to see Moneypenny get this ultimate recognition of its collaborative and inclusive culture.

We are thrilled that Moneypenny is Great Place to Work-Certified and this is all based on the honest feedback of our wonderful people. It is the ultimate recognition of our collaborative and inclusive culture of which we are very proud. We are delighted that our people are happy at work and feel valued and this in turn means they are more productive, drive better business results and really make a difference to our clients.

Charlotte Ashdown

People Director, Moneypenny

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