C&W secures place in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For 2007
2 Mar, 2007, London
For the fourth consecutive year, property consultant Cushman & Wakefield in the UK has secured a place in the celebrated ranking of The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For.
The Sunday Times list recognises organisations applauded by their employees for providing a supportive environment where they feel rewarded, appreciated and encouraged to develop. Since 2001, personnel from Best Companies Limited, specialist consultants in workplace culture and the researchers and compilers for The Sunday Times Best Companies List, have surveyed the opinion of more than 130,000 employees from all over the UK to find out which ones are the best.
Companies were selected on the results of a questionnaire completed by a randomly selected cross section of employees. Companies were also required to supply information on demographics, employee benefits and management culture.
A profile of C&W to be published in a special supplement with The Sunday Times on March 4th.
Paul Bacon, CEO of Cushman & Wakefield in EMEA said: "This is a great a great accolade and a direct reflection of our strong culture and how our people feel about our firm and the progress we have made towards making this a rewarding and fun work place for everyone."