Rickard Luckin has been recognised by Best Companies, the industry-leading employee engagement specialist, as one of the best medium-sized companies to work for in the UK.
The latest results, which were announced Friday 20 May, showed that as well as retaining the firm’s 1 star, ‘very good’ level of employee engagement, Rickard Luckin featured in three Q2 2022 categories:
· 7th Best Accountancy Firm in the UK (up from 8th)
· 38th Best Company in the East of England (up from 67th)
· 76th Best Medium-Sized Company to work for in the UK (NEW entry in the national listing!)
Steve Revill, Managing Director at Rickard Luckin told The Professionals: “This is a wonderful achievement. Best Companies is recognised as the standard in workplace engagement, and this latest set of results reflects our dedication to create a supportive environment where our people can develop and thrive. Not only have we maintained our Best Companies 1 star accreditation, recognising that we take workplace engagement seriously, we have also made significant progress in the regional, national and sector Best Companies lists.
“We have built a very special culture over many years by staying true to our core values of Passionate, Personal and Professional. This recognition stands us in good stead as we continue to invest in improving the employee experience to make Rickard Luckin the employer of choice for those looking to start or develop their career in a progressive and forward-looking firm of accountants and tax advisers.
“We have set ourselves the challenging goal of being a 3 star Best Company, with “world class” levels of employee engagement, and we continue to work hard to create an environment where our people can feel proud to work, develop and make a difference. Over the last few years, we have really focussed our collective efforts on creating the right conditions and environment to empower the whole team to come to work as their best possible selves, drive our organisation forward and help our clients to realise their potential and achieve their aims.”