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The Women’s Organisation sponsors Best Organisation for Women of WorkL Employee Voice Awards 2022

The Women’s Organisation is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the only awards that celebrate happiness at work; the WorkL Employee Voice Awards.

The Best Organisation for Women category will be sponsored by The Women’s Organisation to recognise businesses and organisations that have consistently high levels of employee experience and wellbeing.

Last year saw over 22,000 organisations enter the free awards and this year it’s predicted that this will increase as businesses focus their efforts more on improving employee experience

WorkL is a digital tool on a mission to help individuals to have a happier working life; offering individuals personalised advice to help them find the right job in the best organisation as well helping to build their network and knowledge to have a successful time at work.

WorkL for Business are experts in employee experience who help measure, track and improve employee experience, culture and performance through full employee lifecycle surveys, covering new starters, annual engagement, pulse, wellbeing, diversity & inclusion and exit surveys. WorkL’s proprietary Instant Action Software that enables organisations to make data-driven decisions to improve performance.

Organisations can enter by encouraging employees to take the anonymous Employee’s Voice Awards Test, which takes just five minutes to complete. Companies that score 60% or more then qualify as a finalist and are recognised as being a happy place to work, being rewarded with Gold, Silver or Bronze status. Organisations also receive free top-line data on their employees’ workplace experience.

The full list of categories include:

  • Gold – 80+% employee experience score
  • Silver – 70-79% employee experience score
  • Bronze- 60-69% employee experience score
  • Most Inclusive best performers for diversity and inclusivity, across gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability
  • Best for Wellbeing – best performers for supporting employee wellbeing
  • Best Organisation for Women – best performers for supporting women in the workplace
  • Most Engaged Employees – best overall performers for engagement
  • Management – organisations with the most engaged managers
  • Development- organisations who go above and beyond for developing its employees
  • Industry star- best performers in each of the 26 industry categories

Organisations who qualify as a finalist are then included in the Happiest Companies List – a list which provides an overview of the organisation’s overall scores and how they can improve the experience of their employees.

Lord Mark Price, Founder of WorkL comments on the awards; “I’m delighted that The Women’s Organisation is on board as an official partner of this year’s awards, sponsoring the The Best Organisation for Women. This category will shine a light on the organisations that put their employees first and care about employee experience. I encourage all businesses to promote these awards to their employees so that they can be recognised as a happy place to work.”

Nikki Anderson, lead for marketing, communications and PR for The Women’s Organisation comments on the sponsorship: “We are thrilled to be a part of WorkL’s innovative awards that celebrate organisations who go above and beyond for their employees. Sponsoring the Best Organisation for Women will highlight the importance of the Employee Voice awards and encourage other organisations within this category to do more to support and engage with their team.”

Entries will close mid-October and results will be announced in November. Enter the awards here and view the live list of Happiest Companies and details of winners from 2021 here.