THE county’s leading conservation charity, Essex Wildlife Trust, has been listed as one of the Sunday Times 100 Best Not-for-Profits to work for in 2020, following feedback surveys from staff around the county.
In its second year of participating, Essex Wildlife Trust has not only achieved a ‘One Star’ status, which signifies very good levels of workplace engagement but now at number 73 has already climbed 24 places since last year.
Michelle Harrison, Head of People Support at Essex Wildlife Trust said: “We are extremely proud of this achievement, thank you to all the fantastic people who work at the Trust for making it happen!”
The b-Heard engagement survey run by Best Companies is an independent workplace engagement survey, that uses a set of 70 academically designed questions where staff members can safely and confidentially respond about workplace engagement.
Michelle continued: “Everyone who works at the Trust gets the opportunity to complete the Best Companies survey, it covers a variety of business areas such as ‘my manager’, ‘my company’, ‘wellbeing’, ‘reward’, ‘leadership’, ‘my team’, ‘personal growth’ and ‘giving something back’, so we are thrilled that the feedback has been positive.”
If you would like to explore the job opportunities at this Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisation, please visit essexwt.org.uk/jobs.