Home Instead Senior Care named one of the UK’s best employers for the second year running

For a second consecutive year, Home Instead has been named as one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For.

We are thrilled to announce that the company ranks as the 87th best small company nationally.

The recognition focuses on our 55-strong National Office team who are based in Warrington, Cheshire. This team of business specialists supports our franchise network of over 195 local offices across the UK.

This year Home Instead has also been named as a 3-star Best Companies accredited employer, made possible only through an extraordinary commitment to workplace engagement. 

The business prides itself on high levels employee engagement and works hard to build a culture that promotes learning and development. The accreditation is another step towards our goal of being recognised as a company that people aspire to work for, with or recommend.

Employees benefit from a significant investment in a range of wellbeing and benefit enhancements.

These include an Employee Assistance Programme that provides confidential support on a 24/7 basis plus up to six face to face counselling sessions.

Staff and their families also have access to private healthcare and enhanced maternity / paternity schemes. They are also able to purchase up to three additional holiday days per annum after a year’s service. Gym membership up to a value of £50 per month is also provided. 

Martin Jones, Managing Director of Home Instead, said: “I’m delighted that we’ve been named as one of the top 100 Best Small Companies for a second year running.

“Everything we do at Home Instead is centred around our people. As an organisation we want to be recognised for providing the very best care in the world and the only way we can achieve that is by fully investing in our staff to maximise their potential.

“Our people are our greatest asset – they are responsible for taking our aims, objectives, business model and aspirations and turning them into reality on the ground for the benefit of families and communities. Investing in our people means they’re happy and motivated to build strong relationships with our franchisees who are in turn inspired to delivering outstanding care in the UK.

“Being in the top 100 for a second year is a tremendous achievement and I’m proud to be part of an organisation that values its people so highly.

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