Trident Excels in the Sunday Times Top100
Published by Dawn Prentice for Dawn Prentice Communications in Communities and also in Care and Support, Health, Housing
Trident has been recognised as one of the top 100 employers for the second year running in the prestigious ‘Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not For Profit Organisations To Work For List’
At a ceremony in London on Wednesday 27th February Trident was positioned 62nd on the list of the UK’s best Not For Profit organisations to work for, alongside some of the country’s largest organisations.
Employees were asked how the organisation ranked in key factors affecting the workplace, including how they felt about company leadership and management, opportunities for personal growth, pay and benefits, as well as issues involving work-life balance.
Trident provides homes to 5,500 people across the Midlands, many of whom are the most vulnerable. The staff are arguably one of Trident’s greatest assets, dedicated to meeting the needs of disadvantaged communities.
Ann Rivera, Trident’s OD Director said, ‘To be recognised as one of the top 100 employers in two consecutive years is a tremendous honour, because it is a reflection of the loyalty of our truly inspired employees and their endorsement of our efforts to create a positive and innovative work environment. The award is all about workplace engagement and is derived from our staff’s views as well as Trident’s policies and procedures.’
‘Our people are the driving force of our social business, and I’d like to thank each of them not only for recognising us once again, but for the passion and imagination they bring to their jobs each day to ensure that Trident is able to rise to the challenge of meeting community needs and enhancing people’s life chances.’
John Morris, Group Chief Executive of Trident Social Investment Group said: ‘We are absolutely delighted that Trident has been ranked in the top 100 employers. This is an incredible achievement for our organisation to be recognised on such a prestigious Top 100 list. Trident Housing is a member of the Trident Social Investment Group which includes housing associations, charities and social enterprises. The Group has placed a social investment ethos and collaborative community working at its core, whilst providing services that offer value for money.