Mutual health and wellbeing provider Benenden, a UK member of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF), has once again made it onto the prestigious 100 ‘Best Not-for-Profit Organizations’ to work for list as published in the UK newspaper “The Sunday Times”. Benenden was ranked at number 40 in this year’s Sunday Times list – moving up from 64th in 2015. The full Sunday Times ‘Best Companies’ List can be viewed here.
The survey ranks companies based on key performance indicators in areas such as leadership, staff engagement and the overall happiness of employees within the organization. All scorings used to compile the lists are based on employee opinions.
Marc Bell, Chief Executive at Benenden said, “This is great news for us, our community and our members and we are very proud to make it onto the list for a second year - especially since it’s as a result of the views of our own employees.
“Ensuring we have a happy and engaged team is something which is crucial to us here at Benenden and it’s fantastic to have been recognised for such a prestigious award. We are looking forward to building on this success in future years.”
Benenden also retained their ‘one star’ accreditation status which means ‘very good levels of engagement’ across all Benenden staff.
Benenden will be the host for a new ICMIF event for members in May 2016. Benenden will welcome CEOs, communications, regulatory and professional development leaders to the ICMIF Why Gen Y? Challenges and opportunities for mutuals Conference which takes place 25-26 May in York (UK). The agenda has been put together with the aim of promoting active exchanges of opinions and animated high level discussions between ICMIF members. For more information on the Why Gen Y? Conference please visit the event information pages.