Winning the Star Status is a big achievement for Teva in the company’s first attempt at these awards.
The results highlighted that Teva scored particularly well in the My Team category, which is based around encouraging team spirit, feeling part of the company, having fun, and belonging. Teva also rated highly
in the My Company and the My Manager categories.
Dipankar Bhattacharjee, General Mnagaer of Teva UK, commented: “We’re delighted with our Star Status, especially with this being our first attempt at these prestigious awards. We value the feedback from our employees, so we’re particularly pleased to have been rated so highly by colleagues across a number of areas.” Best Companies established the accreditation award scheme to acknowledge excellence in the workplace. Based on staff feedback, it looks at employee engagement as an integral part of a company’s success and growth, and sets a benchmark for other employers. The accreditation scheme follows a Michelin star style system with companies awarded one star for first class, two stars for outstanding and three stars for extraordinary performance.
Jonathan Austin, CEO and founder, Best Companies, comments: “An engaged workforce is essential… only those that have kept on engaging their staff and making sure they are involved in the business will be in a good position for the future… the companies that have achieved accreditation are among the best employers, and are to be congratulated.”
Teva will continue to benchmark itself both internally and against other UK leading employers, to maintain continuous improvement and ensure that Teva remains a great place to work.