THSH named as a 'Top 100 Sunday Times Best Not-For-Profit Organisation to work for' for second year in a row

Charity rises forty places in prestigious list and receives Giving Something Back Special Award for environmental staff engagement project

Staff at Town Hall and Symphony Hall are celebrating the news that, for the second year running, they have been named one of UK’s ‘Top 100 Sunday Times Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For’. Performances Birmingham Limited, the registered charity which manages the world-renowned concert halls, significantly advanced its position this year by 40 places to 28th in the prestigious Top 100. It was awarded ‘outstanding’ Two Star accreditation and, to top the achievement, also received a coveted ‘Giving Something Back’ Special Award in recognition of its work in engaging staff through an environmental project.

The ‘Giving Something Back’ Special Award was received for Town Hall and Symphony Hall’s sustainability day which encouraged staff, through a series of activities, talks and workshops, to adopt behavioural changes and consider the environmental impact of their daily routines.

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