Quick facts

About Energy & Utility Skills Limited


What is it like to work for Energy & Utility Skills Limited

Personal Growth
Personal Growth
Energy & Utility Skills are passionate about developing their people and creating a working environment that’s both challenging and provides real opportunities for their people to develop, learn and succeed. One of the things that makes them really stand out is that they are passionate about developing people into the right careers for them.  This could be within EU Skills but it could also be a career in a completely different field outside of EU Skills. They have lots of examples of how EU Skills has supported employee development over recent years and these have been shown in a variety of case studies they have produced to demonstrate just this. 
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
Every Christmas, Energy & Utility Skills ask their staff to donate an unwanted gift or buy a little something extra when doing their Christmas shopping so that they can donate them to Solihull Women’s Refuge. The Refuge provides a range of services for women and children from six months of age to early teens who have been affected by domestic violence, rape and sexual abuse, who have to leave their homes, often with very little. Thanks to the generosity of staff over the past few years giving back to the local community, their donations have meant that many local families could have a happier Christmas. Energy & Utility Skills is a relatively small organisation with limited resources to focus on fundraising activities, but in fact, they do an incredible amount of fundraising work. As well as raising funds every year for a broad range of worthy causes, they also recycle their old IT equipment by donating it to local charities, schools and groups who need it. They’re immensely proud that with the help of their staff, they’ve raised so much money and most importantly, made such a difference to so many good causes.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
Energy & Utility Skills' staff play a vital role in contributing to the overall success of the EU Skills Group, delivering objectives as an organisation, as a team and as individuals.  Their Performance and Development Review process places importance on ensuring that everyone who works at the EU Skills Group understands how the work they do contributes to the overall delivery of their Vision, their Business Plan and their business success. They want their staff to share the success of the organisation. Alongside the Annual Review Process, their Performance-related Bonus Scheme recognises and regards employees’ collective contribution to the delivery of the EU Skills Group’s financial and business objectives by providing the opportunity for them to earn a personal bonus. 

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Benefits:

  • Holidays
    Holidays

    NFP - Companies offering a minimum of 27 days annual leave

  • Childcare
    Childcare

    Childcare

Company Statistics

  • UK sites:

    1

  • Staff Turnover:

    16%

  • Male : Female:

    40% / 60%

  • Average Age:

    42

  • Earning £35,000+:

    51%

  • Staff:

    85

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