The Inspiring Workplaces Group have officially listed Huler as a Top 50 Inspiring Workplace in their 2023 EMEA awards.
The awards recognise and celebrate companies that are leading the way in creating an inspiring workplace culture across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
As well as being recognised amongst the top 50, we were also ranked 2nd in the ‘Medium Business’ category and received special recognition for our dedication to employee experience.
The team attended the awards ceremony at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London where we were awarded alongside household names such as Aldi, All Saints and BBC Studios.
Entrants were assessed against six key elements that are believed to be fundamental to creating an inspiring workplace, which include culture and purpose, leadership, well-being, inclusion and diversity, communication, and employee experience.
Our CEO and Co-Founder, Nicky Hoyland commented:
“This is a huge achievement for Huler and a great accolade for our dedication to creating a people-first workplace.
“Huler’s mission is to empower organisations to create outstanding employee experiences, so it’s important that we continually mirror that internally.
“It’s great to see so many companies being recognised for their commitment to people-first workplaces and we hope it inspires other business leaders to rethink their people strategy.”
Staff Director, Suzi Archer, added:
“It’s an honour to be recognised amongst some big names, and to come 2nd in the Medium Business category is a huge achievement.
“I’m excited to see where the next 12 months will take us, as we continue to look at ways we can improve our employee experiences and create a long-lasting culture that aligns with our values.”
Matt Manners, Founder of the Inspiring Workplaces Group, commented:
“Congratulations to the Top 50 Inspiring Workplaces throughout EMEA. The calibre of submissions this year has seen the bar raised considerably. The strongest that we have ever seen. This shows that business leaders really are putting their people first and reaping the rewards this deserves.
“It also shows that positive, meaningful change is being delivered throughout the world of work. So this year we did not rank the Top 50 because simply being listed clearly puts those organisations in a new gold standard for people-first organisations.”