The list comprises 344 organisations this year, across four categories: small, medium, large and supper-large organisations.
Organisations are ranked based on culture audits and employees’ perspectives, taking into account factors such as reward and recognition, wellbeing and people development.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) was also highlighted as a fundamental practice employees feel strongly about.
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The top 10 qualities of Best Workplaces for all listed were:
- Benefits are tailored to employees’ needs and wants
- Genuine thanks and recognition given to individuals, teams and departments
- Opportunities for fun and social engagement
- Great employer branding that attracts and retains top talent
- Opportunities for professional growth
- An emphasis on creating and maintaining holistic employee wellbeing
- A strong focus on diversity, equity and inclusion and fostering fairness for all
- Values-led behaviours at all levels
- A clearly embedded organisational strategy, effectively communicated from the top
- Outstanding communication channels that allow employees to share ideas, give feedback and ask questions