Fife Housing Group feature as one of the 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to work for
Fife Housing Group are delighted to have been recognised by the Sunday Times and Best Companies as one of the top not-for-profit employers in the country.
Coming in at 69 on ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations To Work For 2018’ list at their first attempt, the organisation has been awarded a one-star accreditation, showing how seriously they take workplace engagement and sending a powerful message that colleagues feel both valued and motivated.
Chief Executive, Nicki Donaldson, explains just how much of an achievement this award is, "We’ve been through a significant period of business change over the past three years and this award is testament to the commitment of our colleagues who believe in our shared purpose and play an important part in fulfilling it.
"Having an engaged workforce who are connected to our aims and take pride in the work they do also improves productivity and ultimately benefits both our tenants and other customers.
"We’re absolutely thrilled to have made the Top 100, especially as this is the first time we have entered these awards, and are looking forward to building on this success over the coming months."
Photo Caption: Fife Housing Group Chief Executive, Nicki Donaldson, and Vice Chair of the Board, Helen Boath, receive ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations To Work For 2018' award from Glenn Dimelow of Best Companies (L-R: Glenn Dimelow, Nicki Donaldson and Helen Boath)