A BROMSGROVE organisation has been ranked in the top five Not for Profit organisations in the UK by a national newspaper.
Bromsgrove District Housing Trust (bdht) scooped The Sunday Times accolade which is based on employee feedback in areas such as leadership, wellbeing, personal growth and how happy the workforce is.
It also identifies how employees contribute to their company’s success and growth, which in turn sets a benchmark for other employers.
The trust was judged to be 88th in 2011, 44th in 2012, ninth in 2013 and has been fifth for the last two years.
It was a great night for the social housing provider which also won the Innovation in Engagement Practice award.
Mike Brown, bdht chief executive, said the trust had consistently done well in the competition and was really pleased to have made it into the top five again amidst such stiff competition.
“With over 200 entries received, it’s such an achievement to be recognised in this acclaimed national award and we are so proud that our employees rate us so highly.
“Knowing that this award is based entirely on employee feedback makes it even more special.”