Freebridge Community Housing has made it on to the Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For list for the second year.
The West Norfolk based housing and community organisation will be finding out in February its place on the list. Last year it debuted at number 55.
Freebridge has also been given a One Star accreditation meaning the organisation is ‘very good’ at employee engagement’
Through the Best Companies process, Freebridge employees were able to share their thoughts on the organisation through a confidential survey. In addition, the association also completed an extensive questionnaire which provided an overview of its working practices and culture.
The process assesses companies on themes such as leadership, wellbeing, personal growth and giving something back.
Chief executive Tony Hall said: “I am so pleased to learn that we have, once again, made the Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For list for the second year in a row.
“Our placing on the list is very much down to our employees, who make Freebridge such a great place to work. I would like to thank our employees for their ongoing support and all that they are doing to meet the needs of our customers, which is our most important business priority.”