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Liverpool BID Company recognised in Sunday Times, Best Places to Work List

The list covers the best employers on everything from benefits to wellbeing and inclusivity.

Liverpool BID Company has been recognised as one of the best places to work in the UK as it is recognised in The Sunday Times, Best Places to work, (powered by WokL, annual list). The not for profit organisation is included in the awards for best small organisation. 

The Sunday Times Best Places to Work List comes out each year and offers awards for the best small, medium, big and large organisations to work for. The nationwide workplace survey honours and celebrates Britain’s top employers – which number over 500 organisations across industries and sizes – It includes the best workplaces for women, LGBTQIA+ community, disabled employees, global majority, younger and older workers and for inclusivity and wellbeing. Organisations are ranked by their own employees. 

Bill Addy, CEO of Liverpool BID Company said:

“We are so happy to have been recognised for this award, even more so that the endorsement comes from our own team. 2024 is our twentieth year in Liverpool, so this feels a fitting achievement to mark such a milestone.

“We very much see ourselves as at the heart of Liverpool, and we often act as a voice and a platform for business within the city. It is vital, therefore, that we act above and beyond as an organisation and are leaders in terms of how we approach our day to day working existence, and how we treat and engage with our employees.”

“Our team has refreshed over the past few years and we have chosen people with real consideration to their passion, commitment and interest in the work we do for Liverpool. That helps to foster a great team spirit. We have grown considerably to where we began but that growth has been taken very seriously and strategically.”

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