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UK consultancy The Chemistry Group named as a top 10 company to work for in Europe
Chemistry receives coveted Ruban d’Honneur status from the European Business Awards
UK management consultancy, The Chemistry Group has been shortlisted for The Employer of the Year Award in the 2012/13 European Business Awards. After 35,000 votes were cast, The Chemistry Group was recognised and named as one of Europe’s brightest and most innovative employers. They were the only UK based company shortlisted in their category.
The Chemistry Group, based in Binfield, Berkshire are experts in using predictive assessment to solve complex people problems in large businesses, is up against 9 other European companies out the of 100 finalists and is most certainly one of the smallest within its category.
The European Business Awards has identified some of Europe’s brightest businesses based on their ability to demonstrate the three core principles at the heart of the Awards programme. The panel of judges were looking for organisations which exhibit innovation, business excellence and sustainability.
Intensive face-to-face interview sessions with the judging panels will now take place before winners in each of the ten categories are announced at a gala event in April 2013, which The Chemistry Group will attend.
Francesca Cockram, Chemistry’s Marketing Goddess, said:
“We are extremely honoured and delighted by this news. We dedicate a lot of time and effort into rewarding our great employees and to be recognised for this is wonderful. We are also pleased to be named alongside other companies that blaze the trail with innovative working conditions and we can’t wait to present our business to the panel of judges next month”.
Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards added:
“The video element of the 2012/13 awards has allowed our panel of expert judges to gain a much deeper understanding of all entrants’ business strategies. This has helped the judges make clear and informed decisions about the individual companies in each award category. The face-to-face interviews will now drill down even further into the aims and attitudes of each company, before the judges decide on ten companies as the overall winners”.