Sam Valentine, Group Employee Experience Manager at Cambridge Assessment, said: “We’re delighted with this recognition – not just for the recognition itself but because it shows the progress we’ve made over the last couple of years with the support of our Staff Networks and people right the way across Cambridge Assessment.”
All employers on the list were assessed using Working Families’ Benchmark and were scored on four key areas to build a comprehensive picture of their flexible and family-friendly policies and practices that specifically support people who want to work flexibly, including mothers, fathers and carers.
Saul Nassé, Group Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment, said: “We have embraced flexible working across Cambridge Assessment in recent years as we have seen how it can increase the motivation of our people, allow them to work more effectively together, and get more done. In doing so, we’re able to reach more learners and create more impact. I’m pleased our approach has been recognised by Working Families.”
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