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UK: Inchcape awarded first place in The Sunday Times Best Big Company to Work For 2016

March 2016: Inchcape UK has been awarded first place in The Sunday Times 25 Best Big Companies to Work For 2016, one of the most highly anticipated surveys in the British business calendar.

Inchcape moved up seven places from last year’s ranking to claim the winning spot, with the Company’s culture of excellent management, employee benefits and small-team feel all singled out for praise. More than 1,050 businesses and organisations registered to take part in the survey this year and the business is delighted with this recognition.

The Sunday Times lists of the Best Companies to Work For 2016 are derived from the views of employees and each year the questionnaires are revised and updated to reflect current workplace concerns.

Group CEO, Stefan Bomhard said: “This is an outstanding achievement, particularly for our UK CEO Louis Fallenstein and his management team. It is the staff themselves who fill in the anonymous surveys from which the scores are compiled, gaining opinions about their bosses, their working conditions and their employer’s values; this shows that that there is a real pride to working at Inchcape. It is humbling to know that we are managing a company at which people are genuinely happy, engaged and where they feel valued.”

Inchcape UK is focused on delivering a superior level of customer service throughout its retail centres for its premium brand partners Toyota, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Porsche, Audi and Volkswagen. www.inchcape.co.uk/careers

Read the full article at http://appointments.thesundaytimes.co.uk/article/best100companies/