South Yorkshire Housing Association make Best 100 Companies list

For the second year running, South Yorkshire Housing Association (SYHA) has been named as one of the Sunday Times Best 100 Companies (Not-For-Profit) To Work For.

The housing association, which has 6,000 properties across South Yorkshire and employs over 550 people, placed in 40th place on the list, up 22 places from 62nd last year. SYHA also placed in 20th in a separate Best 25 Housing Associations list, up five places from last year.

On top of the listing, the organisation has also maintained our Best 100 Companies 1-star accreditation status which represents outstanding levels of employee engagement.

This is the fourth time SYHA has featured on this list since 2013, with their overall score increasing every year.

The list is compiled based on detailed feedback from staff at every organisation surveyed. The ‘B heard’ survey asks staff for an honest assessment on a range of topics, from what they think about leadership, managers and their team, to rating their wellbeing, personal growth opportunities and how engaged they feel.

South Yorkshire Housing Association was recognised for enabling staff to shape their own training, as well as the various opportunities to develop as an individual.

Tony Stacey, Chief Executive at South Yorkshire Housing Association, said: “I am delighted that we continue to do so well on staff engagement. We all know that a happy workforce, who believe in where the organisation is going, is essential to provide the best possible services for customers and to grow our business.

“The announcement also comes hot on the heels of our Investors in People Gold award which strengthens our belief that our people see SYHA as a friendly place, driven by strong values and are empowered to do the best work of their lives.”

“The award is a fitting testament to the amazing work being done by staff across the organisation on a daily basis. I’d like to thank each and every one of them for making us one of the best places to work in the country.”

If you’re interesting in working with us at SYHA, why not take a look at our current vacancies by clicking here.

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