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Founded in 1895, The National Trust’s cause remains constant: ‘looking after special places forever, for everyone’. The organisation looks after coastlines, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages, historic houses, gardens, mills and pubs. It protects them and opens them up to the public.
The National Trust live and breathe their values: ‘love places, inspire people, think long-term, share our common purpose’, and their employees are passionate about promoting these values in each of the locations from which they operate.
Every year, over 70,000 staff and volunteers are invited to participate in the organisation’s internal satisfaction surveys, and full responsibility for the results is taken on by the executive team. Results are used to determine a plan of action for the next 12 months.
Director-General Dame Helen Ghosh, who is set to step down from her role in 2017, has an open leadership style and strong relationships with employees across all areas of the organisation. She has made over 500 visits to property teams in her five years with the Trust.
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At least 40% of senior managers are women
Companies offering either free gym/ sports facilities or offering subsidised gym membership for all employees
Companies offering a final salary, non-contributory pension scheme or one in which the employer puts in at least three times
At least 10 weeks’ full pay or generous alternative
Non work related training supported
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