Stott and May has placed 37th in The Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work For and received 3-star accreditation in the process.
Published on a yearly basis, the list uses criteria such as office culture, staff benefits, and employee wellbeing to gauge quality of workplace engagement.
Stephen Stott, CEO and founder, comments: “At Stott and May, we’ve put employee engagement at the heart of our business strategy. You can’t be successful without happy people and we are delighted to be recognised by the Sunday Times in this way.
“Over the past six years, we’ve enjoyed tremendous success and rapid growth, and that’s entirely because we put our staff first. Clients are important, as are candidates, but if our employees aren’t stimulated by their working environment, we’ll never do justice by either.”
Our employee engagement initiatives are many and varied. We provide staff with smoothies and fresh fruit and vegetables daily, reward top performers with trips to Barbados and and organise annual family trips to New York and Las Vegas and companywide ski trips.
Stott says: “We do all we can to boost engagement, but it’s our staff that really deserve the credit. You can always tell a great recruitment agency from the quality of its team – and I truly believe ours is the best in the industry.”