Sussex company is one of UK’s top ten

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

A Sussex not-for-profit organisation has been named one of the UK’s top ten employers in the _Sunday Times_ Best Companies To Work For list of 2006. Southdown Housing Association, which provides accommodation and support for people with learning or mental health difficulties, has been ranked number ten and was also the top company out of all 100 for being run on sound moral principles and the second best for having strong values. The association came fifth for making a difference to the world, seventh for putting something back into the community and ninth for being “green”. “It’s a great achievement and we’re delighted,” said Southdown’s chief executive Aideen Jones. The results highlight the sound basis on which the organisation is built and also show that, while our staff enjoy good working conditions, one of their biggest rewards comes in seeing the difference their support makes to tenants.” This is Southdown’s second year as a top British business, having first entered the best compa

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