TH March revealed as a Top Insurance Workplace of 2020

TH March are proud to announce they have gained some great recognition throughout 2020 and recently made Insurance Business UK (IBUK) Top Insurance Workplaces.

For the first time ever, Insurance Business UK polled insurance professionals across the country to uncover the industry’s best places to work and asked them to rate their employers’ performance on everything from compensation and benefits to diversity, employee development and culture. Only organisations that achieved an 80% or greater average satisfaction rating from employees were named a Top Insurance Workplace.

Jo Morgan, Associate Director, HR said “For TH March to be recognised by its employees as a great company to work for, especially in a time of uncertainly speaks volumes.  50 TH March employees took time out to complete the survey which is a great result and the IBUK Top Insurance Workplaces 2020 recognition speaks to our investment in our employees”.

The process to become a Top Insurance Workplace encompassed two phases including an anonymous survey which comprised 38 questions about what employees look for when choosing employment and how this compares to what the company provides.

  • Employees were asked to rate each attribute from 1 to 5, 1 being poor, 5 excellent.
  • Insurance Business UK calculated the average response, and the overall score for TH March was 4.13 out of 5 and 82.69% of 100%.
  • 10 companies made the final list, of which 5 companies had 10-99 employees and the other 5 had 100-499 employees.

Neil McFarlane Group CEO, comments “We are delighted to have received this recognition and were nominated on metrics in line with our goal to make employees happy. These include benefits, incentives, employee development, culture, and more. With our commitment to keeping our people happy, we’ve seen fantastic results from both a business standpoint and in overall company morale during a testing time through the Coronavirus pandemic”.

 The full list of the best insurance organisations to work for in the United Kingdom can be viewed in Insurance Business United Kingdom magazine and on the IBUK website.

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