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Propellernet Recognised as the UK's 2nd Best Small Workplace for Women

Digital growth specialist, Propellernet, has been recognised by Great Places to Work as the UK's 2nd Best Small Workplace for Women along with 114 other UK-based organisations in their annual Best Workplaces for Women(TM) report.

Globally, the Great Places to Work Best Workplace(TM) methodology is one of the most rigorous and highly sought after; it's regarded as the 'gold standard' of employers' awards. Ratings are gained solely from employee feedback. In order to be considered for the UK's Best Workplace for Women, your organisation has to have:

  1. a minimum of 25% women in the workforce 
  2. a minimum of 25% women in higher positions 
  3. a 'confidence level' of your female workforce of 80% or over
  4. a Trust Index from your female employees above that of the Best Workplaces thresholds

Over the last year, Propellernet has added to their existing staff wellbeing and benefits programme to make flexible ways of working the norm; to introduce unlimited and minimum holiday; to bring in a self-regulating expense policy and to provide a learning and development fund for all employees including training seven new Mental Health First Aiders within the team. In addition to this, the agency is on an ambitious path to become a climate-positive business and was Certified B Corp in June 2021. 

"This recognition means the world to us ad we are over the moon with our position in this prestigious list," said Propellernet's People and Operations Manager, Jo Humphreys. "It's fantastic to know that the policies and ways of working that we have brought in are fully supporting our whole team equally. We know that we can't sit still, and stop here - lives change, and we are sure that if we read a little more, ask a little more and listen a little more, there will always be something else that we can put in place to make the lives of all of our employees even better. And that's exactly what we are going to do, so watch this space."