SME FLEET specialist, Fleet Alliance has been voted A Best Workplace For Women for a third year. It is the only fleet and leasing company in its category to achieve this accolade.
The Glasgow-based fleet management and leasing provider’s award, in the category for medium sized businesses with 51-200 employees, closely follows its 11th Best Place to Work Award from the Great Place to Work Institute. The company is also a Platinum-accredited Investor in People.
The qualifying criteria for the Best Workplace for Women require a minimum of 25% of women in the workforce; a minimum of 20% women in mid-level management; and a minimum of more than one woman on the board of directors or at executive level.
Fleet Alliance’s corresponding figures are 54%, 45% and 36% – which punch well above the national average.
Finance Director, Angela Robertson, added: “This is great news. At Fleet Alliance, our shared values fuel a thriving community where every woman is valued, supported, and inspired to reach her fullest potential.”
Andy Bruce added that the all-inclusive environment at Fleet Alliance was nurtured by its core social commitment ‘Fleet Alliance Loves’ that anchors the working environment and is based on four principles: fairness, trust, engagement and respect.
“All employee actions, regardless of the level of seniority in the business, are underpinned by these Fleet Alliance fundamentals. Make all those elements work, and you have an environment in which women are welcomed and valued,” added Andy Bruce.
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