Companion Care Vets has become the first veterinary service provider ever to be named in The Sunday Times’ prestigious “100 Best Companies To Work For” list – ranking at number 69 overall.
Companion Care Vets has been named as one of The Sunday Times “100 Best Companies To Work For” and becomes the first veterinary service provider ever to be named in the prestigious listing that showcases the best companies to work for in the UK.
The veterinary group has 90 surgeries across the UK, the majority within Pets at Home stores and launched its joint venture partner model in 2001.
Companion Care Vets received a “first class” one-star status and is ranked at number 69 overall – a position determined by employee views, staff policies, processes and services.
Best Companies Accreditation is based around employee engagement and listed companies are noted for “excelling in every area throughout the workplace“. Particularly recognised is an organisation’s commitment to its most important assets – its workforce.
Jane Balmain, managing director of Companion Care Vets said: “We value every member of our team who have all worked tirelessly over the past 11 years to help our expansion into the market leader we are today. Without the commitment and expertise of every person within the organisation this would not have been possible and for us to receive this recognition, and on our first try, is outstanding.”
She added: “To be the first veterinary organisation to receive Best Companies Accreditation is an honour and we will strive to continue to provide an exceptional working environment for our teams.”
As part of the survey process:
- 79% of Companion Care Vets’ employees said their jobs are good for personal growth;
- 76% felt their jobs were secure; and
- 81% said colleagues are committed to taking care of each other.
For further information about Companion Care Vets visit www.ccvets.co.uk. For further information about The Sunday Times “Best Companies to Work For” listings visit www.bestcompanies.co.uk/ or (for the full listings) The Sunday Times website.