The pioneering Manufacturing Technology Centre near Coventry has been recognised in the prestigious "Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2020" list. The accolade recognises the MTC's employee engagement and teamwork.
Pictured from left to right: Nick Rodrigues, The Sunday Times; Clive Hickman, Chief Executive, MTC; Vicki Sanderson, HR Director, MTC
The MTC has been rated number 77 in the list, and accredited with a coveted Two Star rating.
MTC Chief Executive Dr Clive Hickman said the honour reflects the efforts taken to ensure the MTC is a great place to work, and that employees are engaged, highly valued and looked after.
"When the MTC was founded 10 years ago there were just two employees. Since then we have grown to more than 800 of the most talented engineers and technicians in Europe. It is pleasing that we should get recognition for being an attractive employer, which will help us to continue to recruit the best talent available at all levels in the organisation. We have ambitious growth plans and the quality of our people is vital." he said.
He added, "Despite our rapid growth, we have tried to maintain engagement with our employees and we operate as one big team. The enthusiastic support that our people give each other adds to our technical capabilities and allows us to offer great support to manufacturing in the UK."
The MTC received its status in the list for its Best Companies index score from the Best Companies survey which measures how engaged people are at work and how they feel about their employer.
The awards were presented at a special ceremony held at Battersea Evolution in London.
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