Bondholder Rolls-Royce has been voted Britain's best company to work for.
In a survey carried out by the world's largest job site, Indeed, the engineering icon was voted the UK’s best employer, compiled from millions of employee reviews.
Rolls-Royce employs over 14,000 people in Derby, and has its Aerospace and Nuclear divisions headquartered in the city.
Daniel Perkins, Global Employer Brand Manager at Rolls-Royce, said: “At Rolls-Royce we recognise that our people are our power. We are therefore extremely proud to be named by Indeed as the best place to work in the UK.
"We employ over 23,000 people in the UK across a huge variety of roles, functions and business areas. This includes over a thousand apprentices and graduates and we work to create an environment where every employee can reach their full potential, encouraging diversity, engagement and development."
Bill Richards, UK Managing Director at global job site, Indeed, comments: “While the need to earn a salary is the imperative that makes us go to work, it’s far from the only criteria we judge work on.
“Benefits and workplace flexibility play an important role in workplace happiness, but they’re not the key determinants of what makes an organisation great. For most employees, feeling valued, a positive company culture and quality management matter more."
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