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Electricity firm in top 30 best places to work

UK Power Networks has been named one of the top large companies to work for in the country for the third successive year.

From Press releases - 15 March 2017 12:00 AM


The Company, which delivers electricity supplies across London, the South East and East Anglia, has remained the only utility firm to feature in the Sunday Times Top 30 Best Big Companies to Work For list.

The rankings are based on a detailed employee survey reflecting the views of UK Power Networks’ staff on topics ranging from company leadership to pay and benefits, from community involvement to employee wellbeing and personal development.

Chris Degg, Director of HR at UK Power Networks, said: “We are of course once again delighted and very proud to be included on this prestigious list.

“We believe that when our staff feel positive about their job and UK Power Networks and can ‘buy in’ to what we are aiming to achieve, they are much more likely to go out of their way to perform to their full potential and deliver a first-class experience to our customers.

“We will carefully study the results to understand what our employees are telling us through the confidential survey and develop action plans in response to the feedback we have been given. We can always make improvements and we are committed to identifying ways of increasing levels of employee engagement, which in turn translates into improved business performance.”

UK Power Networks has also won the Utility of the Year title for the past two years, as well as in 2012, for reducing the number and duration of power interruptions, improving information and practical help given to customers, as well as developing pioneering innovations to deliver low carbon, affordable and secure electricity supplies to customers.

The Sunday Times Top 30 list covers companies employing more than 3,000 employees. UK Power Networks is included on the list alongside such household names such as McDonalds, Iceland Foods, Halfords and EE.

For an overview of the list click here: