More bouquets for Hallmark Healthcare


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

Hallmark Healthcare has been recognised as a “first-class” company by _The Sunday Times’_ Best Companies initiative having been awarded ‘star’ status. The objective of the accreditation is to recognise and acknowledge corporate excellence in the workplace and pays particular regard to great work practices and employee care. Hallmark achieved the status in January, following its participation in the Best Companies Index (BCI) survey, which quizzed its employees about working for the company. Their responses were scored by BCI and as a result Hallmark was awarded star status. Managing director Avnish Goyal said the ‘star’ status was a reflection of the company’s commitment to its growing workforce. “This year we are celebrating 10 years of Hallmark Healthcare and our development plans show that the company is well on target to become one of the UK’s largest providers of care by 2010,” said Mr Goyal. “At the heart of these plans is an opportunity to nurture a workforce that pursues excell





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