Latest BCI Score
AFTER A LONG day at work, lecturers and other employees at Jewel & Esk College don't have to go far to unwind. Reduced price membership of the college's spa and gym is one of the perks open to staff. It may count towards the score of 68% positive they give when asked if their health is suffering because of work.
With realistic deadlines (61%, the 18th best score among 50 mid-sized organisations), not so much pressure that people can't concentrate (63%) and little stress (63%), the college achieves a 58% overall mark for Wellbeing.
Jewel & Esk sparkles most brightly in the My Company, My Team and Fair Deal categories, all ranked in the top 35.
Employees feel they can make a difference at Jewel (74%, a score bettered by just 10 mid-sized bodies) and that they can make a contribution to its success (77%, and 13th).
Staff at just two other organisations see their work as a more important part of who they are (77%). People care about giving a great service (95%) and feel their efforts result in a first-rate service for students (76%).
The college has campuses in Edinburgh and Midlothian and teaches subjects in the service and creative industries, engineering and construction. Students moved into new buildings on both campuses costing £58m in November 2008.
Employees say their team is fun to work with (76%) and there is rarely a problem with disruptive individuals (67%, and the 10th best score).
Learn more about the 8 factors of workplace engagement here
At least 33% of senior managers are women
On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
On-site nursery or vouchers
40% of employees with more than 5 years' service
At least 10 weeks' leave on full pay
Full family cover
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