Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Innovative Staffing Solutions
  • Website:
  • UK locations:
    Scotland, South East, South West, Yorkshire & Humber, North West, London, West Midlands
  • Contact
    • Enterprise House, Ocean Village, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 3XB

About CDi AndersElite Ltd

What is it like to work for CDi AndersElite Ltd

Personal Growth
Personal Growth
CDI AndersElite is fully committed to the provision of quality training and development to enable all staff to meet the business goals and objectives. The job mapping templates is a great example of how the organisation supports employee development; they currently have this in place for recruiting / sales function and are in the process of developing for other areas of this business. This enables staff to easily identify where they fall within the job mapping with regards to experience, performance, qualifications and training and where their development areas are which may be requirements for promotion. These ‘gaps’ then becomes the basis of their development plan. A huge part of the employee development is through the undertaking and achievement of professional qualifications. The company believe they offer a "Best in Class" training offering as all of their training is delivered by industry leading organisation who are deemed to be the market leaders in their respective field. Year to date over 70 members of staff have undertaken a professional qualification and it is anticipated this figure to grow over the next 12 months. Finally, the company have recently introduced an apprenticeship scheme and have targeted every office with taking on two apprentices. Apprenticeships are a tried and tested way to recruit new staff and provide the company with a future workforce. It encourages a culture of learning and provides a strong foundation to the staff base whilst demonstrating our commitment to employee development at all levels.
Small, simple changes to lifestyle in the workplace and at home represent a huge opportunity to reduce sickness absence and related costs, improve performance, increase engagement and attract top talent therefore The company endeavour to support their employee’s health and wellbeing in a number of ways - encompassing physical, emotional and financial wellbeing: Working Parent Support includes savings on childcare through salary sacrifice as well as Advantages and Parent Hub through Eden Red which is a combination of household expenditure savings and an online resource of information and advice on all things parenting. "MyWorkOffers" helps staff fend off the stress of financial pressures through thousands of savings on household expenditure. Ride to Work Scheme which has health, environmental and financial benefits for all employees who wish to enter the scheme. Eye care Vouchers offer eye health support as well as a tool for managing expenses efficiently. Quite Smoking, the company are also looking at initiatives to help staff quite smoking. ‘Lunchtime learning’ sessions encourage employees to participate in their office weekly session which is geared around learning a new skills, a language, or fitness etc. One of the company’s goals for 2016 is to invest in wellbeing programme for staff whereby they can teach them how to lead a healthier lifestyle and promote wellbeing within their lives personally and at work.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
The company doesn’t have any community initiatives in place however via their chosen charity CRASH they provide support to their projects through provision of pro bono professional expertise and fundraising. Corporate Social Responsibility is extremely important to the business and their employees and they have found that one of the greatest benefits of promoting social responsibility in the workplace is the positive environment it has created for their employees. This has led to enthusiastic employees who are engaged in their jobs and has built a sense of community and teamwork which brings everyone together. As a result the company are always seeking innovative and effective ways for their employees to give back to the local and wider community.

Learn more about the 8 factors of workplace engagement here


  • Charity Activities
    Charity Activities

    At least 20% of staff are known to undertake charitable activities during business hours without incurring financial loss

  • Gym

    Companies offering free gym/ sports facilities or subsidised gym memberships with at least 50% of employees taking this up

  • Family Friendly
    Family Friendly

    School hours contracts offered to staff

Company Statistics

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  • Earning £35,000+:


  • Male : Female:

    63% / 37%

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