MARSHALL RANKED A BEST UK WORKPLACE FOR A SIXTH YEAR RUNNING.
Marshall Motor Holdings, one of the UK's leading automotive retail groups, is delighted to announce that it has ranked 12th in the Super Large category (organisations with 1000+ employees) in the annual Best Workplaces ranking presented by Great Place to Work®.
The awards recognise the UK’s best companies and their strength of leadership and range of innovative, creative and effective HR policies which create a leading workplace culture. The rigorous process involved a survey of all colleagues as opposed to a sample survey, and comprised of both the colleague survey results and an audit into the organisation’s management and HR practices.
2020 is the sixth consecutive year the Company has been ranked as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces. This honour has built up over the last ten years in which the Company has achieved Great Place to Work status. The award recognises Marshall as having a high trust, high engagement workplace culture.
Daksh Gupta, Group CEO, said:
“First and foremost, I would like to thank all of our colleagues for making Marshall Motor Group one of the UK’s best places to work. People are at the heart of our business and creating a positive working environment and culture for every colleague has a huge positive impact on our business.
In order to create a successful working environment, it is critical we listen to our colleagues and cultivate a strong company culture. Through various channels, our dedicated leadership team interact with our colleagues to ensure that they listen, are engaged and dedicated to providing award winning customer service each and every day.
This award for the sixth successive year is testament to the hard-working nature of our colleagues and I am very proud of the culture our colleagues have helped to create.”
Marshall Motor Group appears alongside some of the best super large employers in the UK such as Admiral, SAP, Cisco, EY and Deloitte.
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