Staff completed a staff survey with questions designed around the 8 factors of workplace engagement including – leadership and wellbeing.
The Best Companies Index (BCI) score resulted in Victory’s improved ranking from last year (77th), earnt them a 2 star status accreditation (second highest standard) and they were rated as “outstanding”.John Archibald, Flagship Chief Strategic Officer, (Victory’s former Chief Executive) said: “The result is fantastic news as it provides an
important benchmark for employee engagement with the best not-for-profit organisations across a variety of sectors.
“The staff survey took place in October last year when we were finalising details of our partnership with Flagship Group. This had the potential to be an uncertain time for staff, but the survey results show that despite the potential change, Victory employees felt engaged and motivated which is really encouraging.”
The Not-For-Profit List spotlights the 100 companies in the ‘Not for Profit’ category with the highest Best Companies Index scores.
Organisations in the list must employ at least 50 employees, achieve one of the highest 100 highest BCI scores in the category and be either a charity, an organisation set up for community benefit, a public sector organisation, a Community Interest Company (CIC) or Listed on Companies House as: Private, Limited by Guarantee, No Share Capital or Incorporated by Royal Charter.