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Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2017 deadline extended

31 January 2017 by
Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2017 deadline extended

The deadline for Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2017 has been extended to allow operators more time to complete the employee engagement survey.

With more operators than ever entering, those that are close to being considered to be among the Top 30 now have until 24 February to hit the threshold for survey completions.

The extension also means that there is still time for small- and medium-sized businesses to enter and hit the required number of responses.

Run in partnership with Purple Cubed and sponsored by Perkbox, the awards shine a spotlight on the top 30 operators in hospitality, holding them up as employers of choice.

Employers are assessed through an employee engagement survey that can be completed in five minutes on a smartphone, making entry simple.

The results of the confidential survey are used to inform the top 30 placings, though only the employer sees the resulting survey which includes a clear, practical report on how business improvements can be made.

Those who place in the top 30 are also invited to attend the HR Forum, which takes place at the Wellcome Collection on 24 April.

How to… boost your Best Places to Work in Hospitality survey >>

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