Moneypenny is a top 5 ‘best company to work for’ for second time

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27 February 2017

Joanna Swash

Joanna Swash, Managing Director, Moneypenny

Telephone answering service, Moneypenny, is celebrating after being placed 4th in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For list.

Along with the placement, Moneypenny – an endorsed partner of the Law Society – has also been awarded a prestigious three-star accreditation by Best Companies – only given to those companies deemed ‘extraordinary’. It is the second time the company has been placed in the top five, securing a 4th position in 2015, and the fourth time it has received a three-star accreditation.

Joanna Swash, Managing Director at Moneypenny, said: “We are absolutely thrilled with the result. We always take pride in what we do, but coming in the top five for the second time left us speechless. We are amongst fantastic company again this year and it’s wonderful to see so many businesses taking such care and pride in the welfare of their employees. This accreditation will once again have a huge positive impact on everyone at Moneypenny. Our business is all about keeping our people happy which in turn keeps our clients happy and it’s this ethos which has resulted in our extraordinary growth. ”

The award adds to what has been an incredible few months for Moneypenny as the company moved into its brand new bespoke office in September last year, which was designed in collaboration with its 500 employees. 

Endorsed by the Law Society, Moneypenny answers in excess of two million calls a year for law firms across the UK.

Jonathan Austin, CEO & Founder of Best Companies, said: “I would like to congratulate Moneypenny on their outstanding achievement. This year it is encouraging to see that more and more organisations are recognising the value of employee engagement and are willing to benchmark themselves against the best to ensure they are offering their employees the best possible experience. Organisations like Moneypenny have continued to focus on their employees and have been rewarded with an engaged workforce who tell us that this is a great place to work.”

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