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e-skills UK achieves Best Companies Accreditation

e-skills UK, the sector skills council for IT and telecoms, has received recognition in the Best Companies 2007 Accreditation scheme.

The Accreditation, which covers companies of all sizes, is based on what employees think about their organisation - including company leadership, management, team spirit, work/life balance, personal development and pay and benefits.

Karen Price, CEO of e-skills UK said: "The Best Companies Accreditation scheme recognises the extent to which employees feel a part of and supported by their organisation. Our success depends on our people, and for e-skills UK to score highly in this area is a significant testimony to our ongoing commitment to team-based leadership, employee well-being and development."

Jonathan Austin, Chief Executive, Best Companies said: "e-skills UK's 2007 accreditation is an outstanding achievement. It confirms their commitment to the on-going journey of workplace engagement. Our role is to set a rigorous benchmark so that organisations can become even better employers."

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