Castleoak recognised as top employer (again)


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

For the second year in succession, specialist development and construction company Castleoak Care Partnerships has achieved three star status in this year’s Best Companies employee engagement accreditation scheme.

Castleoak was one of just 48 companies nationwide, covering all sectors, to be awarded this highest standard under the scheme operated by workplace engagement specialists, Best Companies, who also conduct the surveys on which the annual Sunday Times listings of Best Companies to Work For are published.

The award highlights what employees think about company leadership, colleagues and managers, and asks how much they feel their firm puts back into the local community.

“It’s so important for us to continue getting it right for the staff because they are the ones who deliver the service to our customers,” said Castleoak’s executive chairman Mel Knight.

“Our long term future is inextricably tied to our ability to maintain our reputation for customer del





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