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HomeServe shortlisted for national awards for its commitment to employees


Home assistance provider shortlisted in two categories in the UK Employee Experience Awards and HomeServe Membership CEO Greg Reed nominated for top leadership gong

HomeServe shortlisted for national awards for its commitment to employees


"Were incredibly proud to have been recognised in this way and nominated along with some fantastic companies"
HomeServe Membership CEO Greg Reed



Leading home assistance provider HomeServe has been shortlisted for a trio of prestigious national awards, designed to recognise the country’s leading businesses in the field of employee experience.

The Walsall-based business, which employs around 3,000 people nationwide, has made the final shortlist in the ‘Employee Engagement: transforming through employee experience’; and ‘Business Transformation’ categories at the Employee Experience Awards.

And HomeServe Membership CEO Greg Reed has made the final four in the ‘Leader in Employee Experience’ category after he led the way in making HomeServe one of the country’s best places to work and top-rated companies for work-life balance, according to independent careers website Glassdoor.

The awards, run by Awards International, will be handed out at a glittering ceremony on May 17 at the Park Plaza Riverbank, in London.

“We’re incredibly proud to have been recognised in this way and nominated along with some fantastic companies on the shortlists of this year’s Employee Experience Awards,” said Greg Reed.

“Employee engagement truly is at the heart of everything we do because we know that if we get that right, our Customers will see the benefits.

“We’re creating a culture where our People genuinely enjoy coming to work every day because they feel engaged and feel what they do really makes a difference in our Customers’ lives.”

Engagement among HomeServe People currently sits at 83 per cent, up from just 56 per cent in 2014.

And in the most recent survey of its People, 94 per cent said they were proud of the work they did and 95 per cent said they cared about the future of the business.

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