Performances Birmingham named in Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For
Town Hall and Symphony Hall staff were celebrating success after learning the company had been named one of the UK’s Top 100 ‘Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For’ the not-for-profit category. And the recognition is all the more welcome as it comes in the year when Symphony Hall is celebrating its 21st anniversary.
Performances Birmingham Limited, the registered charity which manages Town Hall & Symphony Hall, was awarded Best Companies’ One Star Accreditation in the not-for-profit category, and 68th place on the prestigious Sunday Times Top 100 list. The announcement was made at a celebratory dinner at Battersea Park Events Arena last night (Wednesday 22 February).
The commendation recognises the company’s commitment to its workforce and to making the day-to-day working life of its staff the best it can be. The Top 100 is compiled from a detailed independent employee survey, conducted by Best Companies, which looks at aspects of workplace performance and best practice in eight key areas including leadership, well-being and personal growth.
Andrew Jowett, Director of Performances Birmingham Limited said, â€œThis is a great achievement for any company, and particularly welcome for us in Symphony Hall’s 21st anniversary year. Our staff are our greatest asset and fundamental to our ability to deliver the world class performances and superbly professional service for which Town Hall & Symphony Hall are known.â€