Winners of the WorkL Workplace Awards 2021 revealed

Lavern Vogel

AstraZeneca, Boeing and Openreach are among Britain’s best places to work, according to the WorkL Workplace Awards 2021.

Supported by The Telegraph, the awards highlight UK employers with high workplace satisfaction scores, based on a staff survey. Winners were awarded gold, silver and bronze status.

The awards also recognise the top performers across 26 industry categories, as well as firms who are the most inclusive, best in well-being, and those who have the most engaged workforce.

AstraZeneca was among five highlighted winners in the health and social care category, Boeing in advanced manufacturing and services, and Openreach in telecommunications and publishing. Fairtrade was revealed to be one of 15 “most inclusive” workplaces, and Anglian Water one of 20 “most engaged”.

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