Boost your workplace rankings – indices and benchmarking – are you ready?

Indices and rankings allow a benchmarking mechanism against others, not only those in your own industry, but all. They also supply you with insights, areas of improvement for growth and sharing of best practice ideas.

For many companies, big or small, featuring in these are not a ‘nice to have’, they are a must, to ensure they are promoting their DEI and ESG progress and principles on multiple levels, in order to attract and retain the best talent as well as consumer recognition. Annual listing is a must, if you don’t apply/drop out, you will be missed! We have two interesting blogs on DEI and ESG awards for further reading.

The main contenders within this field are a forensic examination of all areas of your business – from policies to training, external collaborations to recruitment. They take time and effort to compile – are you ready to enter them?

We have helped many businesses secure their place and also climb the index rankings (some by +50 places) through consideration of initiatives, evaluation of the impacts and advising on additional steps that can be taken to improve this time and the next – thanks to our extensive knowledge and experience.

The right ones to consider

We will help you to answer the following questions and decide which are the right schemes for you to consider/work towards.

  • Are we good enough to rank among the best in our industry or around the world?
  • What does best practice look like, and how can we improve our chances of entering or rising up the rankings?
  • Which rankings and indices are strategically valuable to us?
  • What evidence is needed to substantiate our claims and demonstrate excellence?

Understanding the landscape (including current trends) is key to helping you identify opportunities and inform your awards strategy. We can assist here by mapping/analysing your current scheme participation and awards against:

  • Your desired employer value proposition.
  • Competitors (e.g., key schemes your key competitors enter, and their performance).
  • Key trends, ‘hot topics’, in your industry, nationally and globally.
  • Your strategic priorities and future challenges.

 

Stonewall Workplace Equality Index

Stonewall Workplace Equality Index

The Stonewall UK and Global Workplace Equality Indices are the definitive benchmarks for employers to measure their LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion achievements and progress.

Participating employers demonstrate their work across all areas of employment policy and practice. Alongside a staff survey, the entries are beasts with the potential to be over 35,000 words, plus a plethora of supporting material to show your policies, inclusion activity and more. I am personally very experienced helping organisations to successfully apply, so you may find my specific Stonewall Index article useful or please contact me directly if you require help or advice.   

The 2025 UK Stonewall Workplace Equality Index opens in September 2024 and closes in late November, while The Stonewall Global Index 2023 will open early 2024 with an anticipated deadline in late March 2024. 

Eligible region: UK and International schemes

Links: UK https://www.stonewall.org.uk/creating-inclusive-workplaces/workplace-equality-indices/uk-workplace-equality-index
Global https://www.stonewall.org.uk/global-workplace-equality-index  

The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality

The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality (UK)

Organisations listed in The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality are committed to gender equality in the workplace and have each taken action to make this happen. The list, (previously known as The Times Top 50 Employers for Women), celebrates outstanding progress and examples of best practice, impact, innovation, and individual achievement.

The comprehensive entry consists of two parts:

  • Organisational Data (a series of questions gathering gender metrics/policy provision etc.).
  • Question set (the 5,000-word main written entry).

Although these awards are free to enter, please be aware that following assessment and once the Top 50 list has been identified, there will be a promotion fee of £2,500 + VAT in order to be included in the list.

Entries open on 8th January 2024 with a 16th February deadline.

Eligible Region: UK

Link: https://www.bitc.org.uk/the-times-top-50-employers-for-gender-equality/

 

Social Mobility Employer Index

Social Mobility Employer Index

Research has consistently shown that people from more affluent backgrounds take a disproportionate number of the best jobs and that employers tend to disproportionately employ graduates who went to private schools and elite universities.

The aim of the Social Mobility Employer Index is to encourage Britain’s employers to share the actions they are taking to ensure they are accessing, attracting, supporting and progressing talent from all backgrounds, and show-casing their progress in promoting social mobility at all levels of their business – from work experience to graduates, to experienced hires and older workers.

At around 8,000 words and a host of closed data questions, the Index is an important bench-marking initiative – revealing best practice highlighting which sectors and companies are taking the issue of social mobility most seriously. Entrants also receive a detailed feedback report on their scores.

Entries for the 2024 cycle are due to open around mid-late march until late June 2024.

Eligible Region: UK

Link: https://www.socialmobility.org.uk/index/ 

Great Place to Work

Best Workplaces™ by Great Place to Work

Great Place to Work UK is part of a global organisation which surveys approximately 10,000 organisations around the world each year and is the company behind the Best Workplaces™ Awards. The award is based upon its Trust Index© Employee Survey and its Culture Audit©, which is a document about your organisations workplace culture (this is where Boost can help). The Culture Audit© is only relevant for companies over 1,000 employees, and is solely focused on your company’s culture, the programmes and the practices that have been put in place.

Award and Certification offerings:

  • Great Place to Work-Certified
  • Excellence in Wellbeing
  • UK’s Best Workplaces
  • Best Workplaces for Women
  • Best Workplaces in Tech
  • Europe’s Best Workplaces
  • World’s Best Workplaces

Registration closes: Officially 1st December 2023. However, the organisers say that there is a degree of flexibility around the deadline date and this can be discussed on a case by case basis. 

Eligible region: International, national, regional. 

Link: https://www.greatplacetowork.co.uk/culture-consulting/about-best-workplaces/

The UK's 100 Best Companies to Work For

The UK’s 100 Best Companies to Work For (formerly The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For)

For many years now this has been the best recognised scheme, due to the association with The Sunday Times. However, please note that Best Companies has parted ways with the publication and the award is now The UK’s Best Companies to Work For. 

This move has also come with a few other changes, including: 

  • The Top 100 is now published on a quarterly basis with a final annual list announced in November.  
  • The minimum number of employees has decreased from 50 to just 25. 
  • Companies split by employee numbers, from small (25-75), mid-sized (75-199), large (200-1,999) and big (over 2,000).  

As with previous years, the process involves a thorough survey and a huge written entry. This written entry can be completed and updated across the entire year.  

The survey is organised and set up by the organisers and the scores you get here will determine if and where you are placed in the 100 best companies list. The written entry makes no difference to your ranking. However, it is crucial in winning one of five special awards (Innovation in Engagement Practice, Giving Something Back, Learning & Development, Wellbeing and Discovering Potential) – this is where we can really add value by helping to draft an engaging and compelling written entry. 

 Eligible region: UK 

Link: https://www.b.co.uk/ 

Understanding your journey

Understanding where you are on your DEI journey is key to a successful evaluation of your chances when undertaking entry into any of the big DEI Indices or Rankings. Although results and practices that are firmly embedded are extremely important, your journey to get there is equally so.

Your company’s position on their DEI journey constitutes an important starting point to understand your current situation is and how you can achieve DEI objectives. This analysis and discussion clearly identifies the following prerequisites as pivotal points in order to be ready for entry into an major benchmarking exercise and an ability to show actual commitment to DEI within your business.

We will examine how you:

  • Recognise diversity: acknowledging individual values and understanding legal protections of certain personal characteristics.
  • Govern effectively: adopting inclusive organisational governance policies, processes and practices.
  • Act accountably: delivering your business in an ‘ethical and socially responsible manner.
  • Work inclusively: creating and (importantly) enabling a workplace environment that promotes and protects DEI, and where each individual feels accepted and can be their whole true selves.
  • Communicate: considering the different needs of people who access, interact with and are impacted by the communications
  • Advocate and champion DEI: empowering role models within your business. Additionally acting externally to support, and engage with communities/industries you work in.

Following this exercise, we will create a recommendation of where you are on your journey – along with recommendations to fill any gaps and a plan for success.

We will always be honest about your chances.

Many of the main indices also give extremely detailed feedback and advise on routes ahead for improvement – this can be invaluable in your journey ahead.

We all know, the changing social, political and environmental landscape means that the DEI landscape is also constantly changing.

If you are just setting out on your DEI journey, we can also help you build your DEI framework and contextualise your journey roadmap.

Entering – how we can help you

If you are ready to enter, this is where we can take a weight off your shoulders – if you have engaged us in any of the analysis and preparation work (as outlined above), we will always use the work we have already done to begin to shape your entries going forwards.

Our submission-writing service includes:

  • Conducting the necessary interviews with relevant stakeholders (typically the DEI team, as well as leaders and practitioners in the wider people function, e.g., recruitment, talent management, learning) to gather the information to complete the submission.
  • Writing and populating all the open questions based on interview responses and curated content.
  • Collating all other entry requirements, including any supporting assets, into a single complete submission.
  • Actioning any client amends and feedback (up to three sets of iterations).
  • Proofing and editing to wordcount.
  • Supporting the submission process.
  • Project wrap-up – post-submission discussion to build on entry ready for the following year (if applicable).

The cost

As these indices and rankings can vary based on entry requirements, areas covered and supporting evidence requested, we will work with you to build a bespoke proposal for support to meet your needs.

 

To discuss your requirements and how we may be able to help, please call +44(0)1273 443946 or contact us today. 

Please see below for a selection of workplace rankings, company league tables and indices. Although we have not included all that are available, those that are purely financial performance rankings or more niche industry league tables, we do also have these in our database. No matter your indices goals, we can assist you with entering and climbing up the rankings year-on-year. 

 
We also have detailed guides to some of the most popular schemes like The 100 Best Companies and Great Place to Work, our guide to Diversity Equity and Inclusion Awards, The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Powered by WorkL, The Stonewall Workplace Equality Index, our guide to ESG Awards and our article which raises the question ‘Which are the best HR awards to enter?‘ 

List of workplace rankings, indices and league tables 

Please note: the “~” symbol means that the date is based on the previous year’s awards programme or is an estimate based on the information available.
We can’t guarantee 100% accuracy (we try our best!) so always visit the individual awards’ websites for the latest information.
Award nameDeadline DateAwarding DateIndustryRegion
NatWest SE100 Index and Social Business Awards 5th May 16th Jul Corporate Social Responsibility UK
Social Mobility Employer Index 7th Jun ~31st Oct HR & Training UK
Global Healthy Workplace Awards (GHWAwards) 7th Jun 5th Nov HR & Training International
Supply Chains to Admire Awards ~13th Jun ~20th Jul Supply Chain International
HERoes Women Role Model Lists 25th Jun ~8th Mar Business Leaders International
Top Employers for Working Families Benchmark 31st Jul ~20th Sep HR & Training UK
Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For ~2nd Aug ~4th Apr HR & Training USA
The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers ~5th Aug ~1st Sep HR & Training UK
Inclusive Top 50 Employers 14th Aug ~5th Dec HR & Training UK
OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Models Lists 20th Aug ~8th Mar HR & Training UK
Forbes 30 under 30 ~1st Sep ~13th Nov Business Leaders North America
Fortune Most Powerful Women in Business ~4th Sep ~4th Oct Business Leaders International
Fortune World's Best Workplaces ~19th Sep ~16th Nov HR & Training International
Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index ~30th Sep ~31st Jan Corporate Social Responsibility International
Marketing Week Top 100 ~5th Oct ~1st Nov Marketing PR Events & Advertising International
WorkL Happiest Workplaces ~7th Oct ~21st Nov HR & Training UK
The HRC Corporate Equality Index ~13th Oct ~1st Nov Corporate Social Responsibility USA
Forbes Middle East’s Top CEOs in the Middle East ~25th Oct ~30th Nov Business Leaders Middle East
WM People Top Employer Awards ~27th Oct ~6th Feb HR & Training UK
Glassdoor's Best Places to Work ~27th Oct ~12th Jan Business UK
Britain's Healthiest Workplace ~31st Oct ~15th Nov Corporate Social Responsibility UK
World's Most Ethical Companies ~31st Oct ~1st Apr Corporate Social Responsibility International
TrainingIndustry.com Top Training Companies ~1st Nov ~11th Mar HR & Training International
Forbes The World's 100 Most Powerful Women ~8th Nov ~9th Dec Business Leaders International
Workplace Wellbeing Index ~10th Nov ~15th May HR & Training UK
Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index ~30th Nov ~16th Feb HR & Training UK
Great Place to Work ~2nd Dec ~27th Apr HR & Training International
Top Employer Institute Certification Programme ~31st Dec ~31st Jan HR & Training International
Fortune World's Most Admired Companies ~31st Jan ~1st Feb Business International
The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality (BITC) ~16th Feb ~1st Jun Business Leaders UK
EMpower Role Model Lists ~22nd Feb ~8th Mar HR & Training International
Australian Workplace Equality Index ~29th Feb ~27th May HR & Training Australia
Great Place to Work - UK's Best Workplaces for Women ~8th Mar 23rd Jul HR & Training UK
The UK's 100 Best Companies to Work For 31st Mar ~1st Nov HR & Training UK
The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Awards (Powered by WorkL) 31st Mar 10th May Business UK
Workplace Pride Global Benchmark 20th Apr ~7th Nov HR & Training International

Boost your workplace rankings – indices and benchmarking – are you ready?

Indices and rankings allow a benchmarking mechanism against others, not only those in your own industry, but all. They also supply you with insights, areas of improvement for growth and sharing of best practice ideas.

For many companies, big or small, featuring in these are not a ‘nice to have’, they are a must, to ensure they are promoting their DEI and ESG progress and principles on multiple levels, in order to attract and retain the best talent as well as consumer recognition. Annual listing is a must, if you don’t apply/drop out, you will be missed! We have two interesting blogs on DEI and ESG awards for further reading.

The main contenders within this field are a forensic examination of all areas of your business – from policies to training, external collaborations to recruitment. They take time and effort to compile – are you ready to enter them?

We have helped many businesses secure their place and also climb the index rankings (some by +50 places) through consideration of initiatives, evaluation of the impacts and advising on additional steps that can be taken to improve this time and the next – thanks to our extensive knowledge and experience.

The right ones to consider

We will help you to answer the following questions and decide which are the right schemes for you to consider/work towards.

  • Are we good enough to rank among the best in our industry or around the world?
  • What does best practice look like, and how can we improve our chances of entering or rising up the rankings?
  • Which rankings and indices are strategically valuable to us?
  • What evidence is needed to substantiate our claims and demonstrate excellence?

Understanding the landscape (including current trends) is key to helping you identify opportunities and inform your awards strategy. We can assist here by mapping/analysing your current scheme participation and awards against:

  • Your desired employer value proposition.
  • Competitors (e.g., key schemes your key competitors enter, and their performance).
  • Key trends, ‘hot topics’, in your industry, nationally and globally.
  • Your strategic priorities and future challenges.

 

Stonewall Workplace Equality Index

Stonewall Workplace Equality Index

The Stonewall UK and Global Workplace Equality Indices are the definitive benchmarks for employers to measure their LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion achievements and progress.

Participating employers demonstrate their work across all areas of employment policy and practice. Alongside a staff survey, the entries are beasts with the potential to be over 35,000 words, plus a plethora of supporting material to show your policies, inclusion activity and more. I am personally very experienced helping organisations to successfully apply, so you may find my specific Stonewall Index article useful or please contact me directly if you require help or advice.   

The 2025 UK Stonewall Workplace Equality Index opens in September 2024 and closes in late November, while The Stonewall Global Index 2023 will open early 2024 with an anticipated deadline in late March 2024. 

Eligible region: UK and International schemes

Links: UK https://www.stonewall.org.uk/creating-inclusive-workplaces/workplace-equality-indices/uk-workplace-equality-index
Global https://www.stonewall.org.uk/global-workplace-equality-index  

The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality

The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality (UK)

Organisations listed in The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality are committed to gender equality in the workplace and have each taken action to make this happen. The list, (previously known as The Times Top 50 Employers for Women), celebrates outstanding progress and examples of best practice, impact, innovation, and individual achievement.

The comprehensive entry consists of two parts:

  • Organisational Data (a series of questions gathering gender metrics/policy provision etc.).
  • Question set (the 5,000-word main written entry).

Although these awards are free to enter, please be aware that following assessment and once the Top 50 list has been identified, there will be a promotion fee of £2,500 + VAT in order to be included in the list.

Entries open on 8th January 2024 with a 16th February deadline.

Eligible Region: UK

Link: https://www.bitc.org.uk/the-times-top-50-employers-for-gender-equality/

 

Social Mobility Employer Index

Social Mobility Employer Index

Research has consistently shown that people from more affluent backgrounds take a disproportionate number of the best jobs and that employers tend to disproportionately employ graduates who went to private schools and elite universities.

The aim of the Social Mobility Employer Index is to encourage Britain’s employers to share the actions they are taking to ensure they are accessing, attracting, supporting and progressing talent from all backgrounds, and show-casing their progress in promoting social mobility at all levels of their business – from work experience to graduates, to experienced hires and older workers.

At around 8,000 words and a host of closed data questions, the Index is an important bench-marking initiative – revealing best practice highlighting which sectors and companies are taking the issue of social mobility most seriously. Entrants also receive a detailed feedback report on their scores.

Entries for the 2024 cycle are due to open around mid-late march until late June 2024.

Eligible Region: UK

Link: https://www.socialmobility.org.uk/index/ 

Great Place to Work

Best Workplaces™ by Great Place to Work

Great Place to Work UK is part of a global organisation which surveys approximately 10,000 organisations around the world each year and is the company behind the Best Workplaces™ Awards. The award is based upon its Trust Index© Employee Survey and its Culture Audit©, which is a document about your organisations workplace culture (this is where Boost can help). The Culture Audit© is only relevant for companies over 1,000 employees, and is solely focused on your company’s culture, the programmes and the practices that have been put in place.

Award and Certification offerings:

  • Great Place to Work-Certified
  • Excellence in Wellbeing
  • UK’s Best Workplaces
  • Best Workplaces for Women
  • Best Workplaces in Tech
  • Europe’s Best Workplaces
  • World’s Best Workplaces

Registration closes: Officially 1st December 2023. However, the organisers say that there is a degree of flexibility around the deadline date and this can be discussed on a case by case basis. 

Eligible region: International, national, regional. 

Link: https://www.greatplacetowork.co.uk/culture-consulting/about-best-workplaces/

The UK's 100 Best Companies to Work For

The UK’s 100 Best Companies to Work For (formerly The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For)

For many years now this has been the best recognised scheme, due to the association with The Sunday Times. However, please note that Best Companies has parted ways with the publication and the award is now The UK’s Best Companies to Work For. 

This move has also come with a few other changes, including: 

  • The Top 100 is now published on a quarterly basis with a final annual list announced in November.  
  • The minimum number of employees has decreased from 50 to just 25. 
  • Companies split by employee numbers, from small (25-75), mid-sized (75-199), large (200-1,999) and big (over 2,000).  

As with previous years, the process involves a thorough survey and a huge written entry. This written entry can be completed and updated across the entire year.  

The survey is organised and set up by the organisers and the scores you get here will determine if and where you are placed in the 100 best companies list. The written entry makes no difference to your ranking. However, it is crucial in winning one of five special awards (Innovation in Engagement Practice, Giving Something Back, Learning & Development, Wellbeing and Discovering Potential) – this is where we can really add value by helping to draft an engaging and compelling written entry. 

 Eligible region: UK 

Link: https://www.b.co.uk/ 

Understanding your journey

Understanding where you are on your DEI journey is key to a successful evaluation of your chances when undertaking entry into any of the big DEI Indices or Rankings. Although results and practices that are firmly embedded are extremely important, your journey to get there is equally so.

Your company’s position on their DEI journey constitutes an important starting point to understand your current situation is and how you can achieve DEI objectives. This analysis and discussion clearly identifies the following prerequisites as pivotal points in order to be ready for entry into an major benchmarking exercise and an ability to show actual commitment to DEI within your business.

We will examine how you:

  • Recognise diversity: acknowledging individual values and understanding legal protections of certain personal characteristics.
  • Govern effectively: adopting inclusive organisational governance policies, processes and practices.
  • Act accountably: delivering your business in an ‘ethical and socially responsible manner.
  • Work inclusively: creating and (importantly) enabling a workplace environment that promotes and protects DEI, and where each individual feels accepted and can be their whole true selves.
  • Communicate: considering the different needs of people who access, interact with and are impacted by the communications
  • Advocate and champion DEI: empowering role models within your business. Additionally acting externally to support, and engage with communities/industries you work in.

Following this exercise, we will create a recommendation of where you are on your journey – along with recommendations to fill any gaps and a plan for success.

We will always be honest about your chances.

Many of the main indices also give extremely detailed feedback and advise on routes ahead for improvement – this can be invaluable in your journey ahead.

We all know, the changing social, political and environmental landscape means that the DEI landscape is also constantly changing.

If you are just setting out on your DEI journey, we can also help you build your DEI framework and contextualise your journey roadmap.

Entering – how we can help you

If you are ready to enter, this is where we can take a weight off your shoulders – if you have engaged us in any of the analysis and preparation work (as outlined above), we will always use the work we have already done to begin to shape your entries going forwards.

Our submission-writing service includes:

  • Conducting the necessary interviews with relevant stakeholders (typically the DEI team, as well as leaders and practitioners in the wider people function, e.g., recruitment, talent management, learning) to gather the information to complete the submission.
  • Writing and populating all the open questions based on interview responses and curated content.
  • Collating all other entry requirements, including any supporting assets, into a single complete submission.
  • Actioning any client amends and feedback (up to three sets of iterations).
  • Proofing and editing to wordcount.
  • Supporting the submission process.
  • Project wrap-up – post-submission discussion to build on entry ready for the following year (if applicable).

The cost

As these indices and rankings can vary based on entry requirements, areas covered and supporting evidence requested, we will work with you to build a bespoke proposal for support to meet your needs.

 

To discuss your requirements and how we may be able to help, please call +44(0)1273 443946 or contact us today. 

Please see below for a selection of workplace rankings, company league tables and indices. Although we have not included all that are available, those that are purely financial performance rankings or more niche industry league tables, we do also have these in our database. No matter your indices goals, we can assist you with entering and climbing up the rankings year-on-year. 

We also have detailed guides to some of the most popular schemes like The 100 Best Companies and Great Place to Work, our guide to Diversity Equity and Inclusion Awards, The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Powered by WorkL, The Stonewall Workplace Equality Index, our guide to ESG Awards and our article which raises the question ‘Which are the best HR awards to enter?‘ 

List of workplace rankings, indices and league tables 

Please note: the “~” symbol means that the date is based on the previous year’s awards programme or is an estimate based on the information available.
We can’t guarantee 100% accuracy (we try our best!) so always visit the individual awards’ websites for the latest information.
Award nameDeadline DateAwarding DateIndustryRegion
NatWest SE100 Index and Social Business Awards 5th May 16th Jul Corporate Social Responsibility UK
Social Mobility Employer Index 7th Jun ~31st Oct HR & Training UK
Global Healthy Workplace Awards (GHWAwards) 7th Jun 5th Nov HR & Training International
Supply Chains to Admire Awards ~13th Jun ~20th Jul Supply Chain International
HERoes Women Role Model Lists 25th Jun ~8th Mar Business Leaders International
Top Employers for Working Families Benchmark 31st Jul ~20th Sep HR & Training UK
Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For ~2nd Aug ~4th Apr HR & Training USA
The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers ~5th Aug ~1st Sep HR & Training UK
Inclusive Top 50 Employers 14th Aug ~5th Dec HR & Training UK
OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Models Lists 20th Aug ~8th Mar HR & Training UK
Forbes 30 under 30 ~1st Sep ~13th Nov Business Leaders North America
Fortune Most Powerful Women in Business ~4th Sep ~4th Oct Business Leaders International
Fortune World's Best Workplaces ~19th Sep ~16th Nov HR & Training International
Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index ~30th Sep ~31st Jan Corporate Social Responsibility International
Marketing Week Top 100 ~5th Oct ~1st Nov Marketing PR Events & Advertising International
WorkL Happiest Workplaces ~7th Oct ~21st Nov HR & Training UK
The HRC Corporate Equality Index ~13th Oct ~1st Nov Corporate Social Responsibility USA
Forbes Middle East’s Top CEOs in the Middle East ~25th Oct ~30th Nov Business Leaders Middle East
WM People Top Employer Awards ~27th Oct ~6th Feb HR & Training UK
Glassdoor's Best Places to Work ~27th Oct ~12th Jan Business UK
Britain's Healthiest Workplace ~31st Oct ~15th Nov Corporate Social Responsibility UK
World's Most Ethical Companies ~31st Oct ~1st Apr Corporate Social Responsibility International
TrainingIndustry.com Top Training Companies ~1st Nov ~11th Mar HR & Training International
Forbes The World's 100 Most Powerful Women ~8th Nov ~9th Dec Business Leaders International
Workplace Wellbeing Index ~10th Nov ~15th May HR & Training UK
Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index ~30th Nov ~16th Feb HR & Training UK
Great Place to Work ~2nd Dec ~27th Apr HR & Training International
Top Employer Institute Certification Programme ~31st Dec ~31st Jan HR & Training International
Fortune World's Most Admired Companies ~31st Jan ~1st Feb Business International
The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality (BITC) ~16th Feb ~1st Jun Business Leaders UK
EMpower Role Model Lists ~22nd Feb ~8th Mar HR & Training International
Australian Workplace Equality Index ~29th Feb ~27th May HR & Training Australia
Great Place to Work - UK's Best Workplaces for Women ~8th Mar 23rd Jul HR & Training UK
The UK's 100 Best Companies to Work For 31st Mar ~1st Nov HR & Training UK
The Sunday Times Best Places to Work Awards (Powered by WorkL) 31st Mar 10th May Business UK
Workplace Pride Global Benchmark 20th Apr ~7th Nov HR & Training International

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