Technology and energy recruitment firm Oscar have added to their growing list of professional accolades by being placed at number 22 in this year’s The Sunday Times Best Companies Top 100 Small Companies List. This highly competitive list spotlights the top 100 small companies with the highest Best Companies Index scores. Organisations must employ at least 50 full-time employees and achieve outstanding scores across all aspects of the BC scoring matrix. Oscar are recognised for their employee communication, the strength of their team culture, the coaching and mentoring offered to employees and their charity-focused ethos.
“It is a huge honour to have been listed in the The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies list for 2019,” said managing director, Andy Morrell. “This prestigious accolade is the ultimate goal for any business and we are truly proud of the hard work and dedication of our team in maximising our scores across the board to ensure we achieved this. To be listed at number 22 is a fantastic achievement and cements our commitment to making Oscar an exceptional place to work. We are also delighted to be in the company of other esteemed businesses on the list.”
The honour adds to the firm’s impressive accolades in the last 12 months including being shortlisted finalists at both the NORA Awards for Best SME Employer. Oscar also achieved the maximum three star accreditation from Best Companies in November 2018, demonstrating their extraordinary levels of workplace engagement.