Ruddington’s Impero Software is delighted to have been awarded an ‘Outstanding’ Best Companies accreditation for workplace engagement. This has been awarded based on the results of a Best Companies staff survey that was carried out in October 2016 and the company eagerly waits to hear if it made the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies list.
Impero Software CEO, Sam Pemberton comments “It’s great to know that the team here at Impero is engaged in the business. We strive to create a transparent, fun, supportive, and purposeful culture, in order to get the best out of one another and make Impero a truly great place to work. I’m so proud of what the team has achieved together and this accreditation is a wonderful way to acknowledge and celebrate that.”
Best Companies have been producing the Accreditation standard since 2006 to acknowledge excellence in the workplace. The Accreditation is a focus on Workplace Engagement as an integral component of an organisation’s success and growth. The results of confidential staff surveys go on to determine The Sunday Times Best 100 Companies list, so watch this space to see how Impero fairs in the ‘Best 100 Small Companies’ category.
If you are interested in a career at Impero visit the careers page to view the current vacancies https://www.imperosoftware.co.uk/corporate/working-for-impero/ or send a CV to HR Manager, Nick Broadhurst email@example.com as the company is expanding quickly and is always on the lookout for new talent. With offices in Nottingham and Los Angeles, Impero is a high growth software business – backed by highly respected Private Equity company Connection Capital. The company develops state of the art online safety and classroom management solutions for the education sector. Impero software is currently used in over 40% of UK secondary schools and in over 70 countries globally.