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HARD WORK AND great results don’t have to be at the expense of having a good time along the way. That is the firm belief of managing director David Clubb and he puts it into action at Tate, a Luton-based recruiter that fills office support roles. As a result, the strongly female workforce — 127 women and just 20 men — report that their colleagues are fun to work with (86% positive).
Part of the Impellam Group of companies, Tate provides an assistance helpline for anyone dealing with stress, backed up by encouragement to take time out to deal with the cause. Staff feel that their manager would be quick to respond if they showed signs of being under too much pressure (83%), saying bosses care for them as individuals (90%).
As part of its VolunTate scheme, employees can take a paid day off to support a charity of their choice and Clubb regularly gets involved with fundraising at the 30 branches. Staff say he runs the firm
on moral principles (92%, a top-20 ranking).
Tate invested £220,500 in its trainee programme last year, which gives people with no prior experience in the industry the opportunity to begin a career. Employees believe they gain valuable experience from their job (87%).
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At least 20% of staff are known to undertake charitable activities during business hours without incurring financial loss
At least 40% of senior managers are women
Companies offering private health insurance for all employees
Companies who provide support for non-work related training
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