Training firm’s Top 100 finish

BEST PRACTICE: Steve Grey (front right) collects his award as 'Training 2000 is named in the Top 100 Best Companies
BEST PRACTICE: Steve Grey (front right) collects his award as 'Training 2000 is named in the Top 100 Best Companies
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THE BOSS of training provider Training 2000 has paid tribute to his staff after the firm was revealed as one of the 100 Best Places to Work.

Chief executive Steve Gray sang his team’s praises at a glittering awards ceremony held in London this week, where he learned his firm had won a place in the prestigious list, to be published this weekend.

He said: “I am absolutely delighted that Training 2000 has been recognised as one of the best places to work.

“We have invested a lot of time and effort into making sure that there is a robust training and development programme for our staff and are dedicated to making sure that they make the most of the support system available to them.

“The personal growth and well-being of our workforce is of upmost importance and the dedication, loyalty and commitment of our staff is what makes Training 2000 a truly outstanding place to work.”

Based on employee feedback, the Best Companies accreditation award scheme looks at employee engagement as an integral part of a company’s success and growth, and sets a benchmark for other employers.

Jonathan Austin, CEO and founder of Best Companies, added: “This year it is encouraging to see that more and more organisations are recognising the value of employee engagement and are willing to benchmark themselves against the best to ensure they are offering their employees the best possible experience.”