We are officially 2nd on the Best Places to Work for Women 2020 list!
“As a female consultant at ISL, I definitely feel that management are keen to get the balance right between male & female leaders in the business. The encouragement and opportunities I receive to progress my career, show me they support me becoming a more senior member of staff.”Teagan – Consultant
Following on from the news that we had been recognised as a ‘Great Place to Work 2020’ we have received some more good news… we’ve been recognised as a 2020 UK’s Best Workplaces™ for Women! Not only that, but we’ve placed 2nd and as you can imagine, we are over the moon with this result.
Here’s some of our girls celebrating the good news:
“ISL are keen to promote organic growth within the company, so provide the leadership opportunities and training for whoever wants it. Women here are encouraged just as much as men to enter into the more senior positions available!”Rebeka – Senior Consultant
We’ve learned to really value news like this in tough times and celebrate every win we get. It assures us that we are doing the right thing and is something we can be really proud of. One of the reasons we are so proud is ¾ of the score that earned our place on the list is based on an anonymous staff survey. The results of this survey showed that we earned a 92% trust score amongst our ladies.
“As a woman, it’s refreshing to work in an environment where I can wear what I feel comfortable and confident in. I don’t feel like I have to conform to stereotypical office dress codes like the ones where I previously worked – where heels were a must.”Samantha – Internal Recruitment Manager
Our Director, Alan Furley, said: “We believe our culture is a result of the mission we created when we established ISL in 2007.
“We set out to create a mature working environment where people enjoy coming to work, are treated equally and with respect, and are listened to. It is because of this that we believe we have attracted women to ISL and achieved such good representation and levels of retention.”