We are delighted to be ranked in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023 survey (medium organisations) and highly commended as a place to work for ethnic minority employees.
The survey found that:
- 97.1% engagement rate of staff from ethnic minority backgrounds
- 93% of staff rated their job satisfaction as excellent.
- 92% of staff rated reward and recognition as excellent
- 92% of staff rated confidence in management as excellent
- 91% of staff rated wellbeing as excellent
- 90% of staff rated information sharing as excellent
Alex Frost, Managing Partner, comments: “This is the first year we have entered the survey and, as a management team, we are delighted to have received such overwhelmingly positive feedback from our staff. We have exceeded the industry standard in every single category, including diversity and inclusion which is reflected in being highly recommended as a place to work for ethnic minority employees. We are naturally delighted that our staff think Boult is such a good place to work – but we know that we cannot be complacent, and that maintaining a contented, motivated and fulfilled workforce requires constant effort.”
The rankings are based on the results of a firm wide survey which addresses a full range of issues, from engagement to risk of leaving, from working relationships with line managers to diversity and inclusion, from net promoter scores to happiness in the workplace.
COO, Andrew Little believes being a responsible business is something hardwired into Boult’s unique approach. “Fundamentally, we are a caring organisation. Getting that balance right between delivering great client service but also doing that in a way which is fulfilling and rewarding for our staff is key to our culture. We are making progress and will continue to make progress. We are a brilliant firm to work for and we want to make sure the firm is viewed as such by all our staff”.
Boult’s rankings in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023 can be viewed shortly on their website if you have a subscription.