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Turning Point Scotland achieves “Best places to work 2024” award

Turning Point Scotland has been listed as one of the best places to work in the Sunday Times Best Place to Work. This nationwide workplace survey by The Sunday Times, powered by WorkL, honours and celebrates Britain's top employers in the UK.

Turning Point Scotland was categorized in Best Large Companies for organisations with 200 to 1,999 employees.

The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards survey used 26 questions from WorkL’s employee engagement survey, developed by behavioural scientists, data analysts, psychologists, business leaders, academics and other independent parties to accurately monitor employee engagement and wellbeing in the workplace. To achieve a high overall engagement score, an organisation was required to score well across WorkL’s six-step framework:

  1. Reward and Recognition
  2. Instilling Pride
  3. Information Sharing
  4. Empowerment
  5. Wellbeing
  6. Job Satisfaction

Turning Point Scotland achieved Excellence across all six steps. Some of the highlights included:

  • Average Happiness- 85%
  • Reward & Recognition- 82%
  • Installing pride- 88%
  • Job Satisfaction- 87%.

Turning point Scotland was rewarded Excellent for Diversity and Inclusion.

88% of participants voted “I feel Proud to work for my organisation.”

On top of this recognition, Turning Point Scotland was also Highly Commended for “Best Places to Work for Disabled Employees” in the Spotlight Awards celebrate unique qualities among Best Places to Work.

Kevin Staunton, Head of HR, Turing Point Scotland said, “This award is a testament to our skilled and passionate staff who specialise in supporting people facing the most challenging and complex situations. We equip our staff with the skills they need to provide the highest possible standard of care and enable them to achieve their career ambitions. Achieving The Times Best Places to Work award is an honour.”

Chris Longcroft, EVP Publisher, The Times and The Sunday Times, said: “All organisations are only as good as the people they employ and retain. The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards recognise companies that are innovating to create an engaged and fulfilling working environment for all and in so doing they are creating the best possible platform for business success. To be named on The Sunday Times Best Places to Work list is a true recognition of excellence and I congratulate those organisations who made the grade this year.”

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