Porsche Retail Group has been ranked 42 in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work, 2020.
Announced at the Best Companies awards ceremony in London on the 20 February, Porsche Retail Group celebrated achieving an outstanding position upon its first year of entry into the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For. Pictured: Adam Flint and Andrew Coates, Managing Director and Head of Finance of Porsche Retail Group, accepting the award from Nick Rodrigues, Deputy Editor of The Sunday Times.
The Porsche Retail Group represents five Porsche Centres located in Guildford, Hatfield, Mayfair, Reading and West London. The group network is also made up of a Parts Distribution Centre and Porsche Central Operations based at the Porsche Retail Group and Porsche Cars Great Britain Headquarters. As well as being ranked 42, Porsche Retail Group are also delighted to be named as the UK’s highest automotive retail group on the illustrious list.
The 100 Best Companies list is highly regarded because of its rigorous and extensive research into employee engagement. The rankings are determined from surveys sent out to all members of staff within the organisation.
Adam Flint, Managing Director of Porsche Retail Group said “I am incredibly proud of this special recognition the group has received. Having worked within the group over the last five years, the exceptional performance is driven by the culture of investing in our people and promoting from within. I am delighted we have this accolade to show what a great place that Porsche Retail Group is to work.”
Featured on the Best Companies website “Porsche Retail Group manages to combine an extremely supportive working environment with industry leading performance figures. The group put a focus on individual development whilst also ensuring everyone understands their role within the business and the impact they can make to the overall success of the company. That helps drive individuals to succeed whilst never losing sight of the "one group" mentality.”
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