Are you a Top Employer for Working Families? Working Families’ 8th UK-wide awards for family friendly and flexible employers open today.
Showcase and celebrate your achievements by entering your flexible working and work life initiatives for the annual Top Employers for Working Families Special Awards. Winning a Special Award recognises best practice, innovation and sustainability as well as marking out winners as leaders in the field. Entry is free and you can enter as many categories as you wish.
‘These awards send a clear message that the RAF recognises the importance of supporting our personnel in their work/life balance choices, reinforcing our commitment to retaining our people and attracting the best talent in a competitive marketplace’.
RAF, Highly Commended, 2016 Special Awards
Tell them about your winning policies and practices in the following categories:
- The Direct Line Group Best for Embedded Flexibility Award
- The Best Flexible Working Initiative Award
- The Best for Flexible Recruitment Award
Support for Working Parents, Carers and Families
- The Centrica Best for Modern Families Award
- The Carers UK Best for Carers and Eldercare Award
- The Best for All Stages of Motherhood Award
- The Best For All Stages of Fatherhood Award
Innovation and Engagement
- The Allen & Overy Innovation Award
- The Best for Line Manager Engagement Award
Best in Sector
- The Best Large Private Sector Employer Award
- The Best Small Employer Award
- The Best Public Sector Employer Award
- The Best Third Sector Employer Award
The Working Families Awards and in particular the category of Best for Embedded Flexibility are important to Barclays, helping us to create sustainability around our Dynamic Working Campaign. We aim to ensure dynamic working is available for all our colleagues including our future talent and our alumni who may decide in the future to return to the Bank. The external recognition enables this momentum to continue.’
Barclays, Winner, 2016 Special Awards
How to enter
Register now to receive the free entry pack for all categories. Each award entry comprises two parts: some background questions to supplement your entry; and the narrative entry section, where you can tell us in your own words what makes your organisation stand out from others. Complete your entry by 3rd April.
Who won an Award in 2016?
The winners and commended entries were from both large and small organisations and from the public and private sectors. They were: Barclays, Cisco, Citi, Civil Service, Deloitte, EY, Ministry of Justice, Pinsent Masons, RAF, Sacker & Partners and West Dunbartonshire Council. Enter the awards for your opportunity to join the list of 2017 award winners.
The Judging Panel
The Special Award entries are judged anonymously by our panel. None of the judges knows the identity of the entrants.
The Special Awards Event and Media Coverage
All Special Award finalists will be invited to the celebratory awards ceremony at London's Vintners' Hall on the afternoon of 6th July. We hope you will be joining us as our guest there.
Entries must be received by close of business on 3rd April 2017