Sheffield-based architects, HLM, has been awarded two stars by Best Companies — an independent workplace assessment organisation.

Best Companies has been producing an accreditation standard since 2006, which acknowledges excellence in the workplace; it focuses on workplace engagement as an integral component of an organisation’s future success and growth.

Every company considered for Best Companies Accreditation is given a Best Companies Index score (BCI). The score (on a scale of 1 to 1000) is derived from the employee’s responses to the Best Companies survey and covers eight key areas, including wellbeing, leadership and personal growth.

Commenting on the 2016 accreditation Karen Mosley, a director at HLM, said: “We’re very pleased to have achieved a two-star accreditation and to have been recognised in the list since 2006 and delighted to see our BCI score is improving year-on-year.

“We are an employee-centred company and work hard to ensure all our staff enjoy one of the best working environments in the country and we are obviously really proud to receive recognition in this way.”


Notes for Editors

Established in 1964 HLM has grown to become an international practice offering, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, masterplanning, interior design and sustainability expertise. HLM serves the UK with offices in London, Sheffield, Glasgow, Belfast, Cardiff, and Plymouth; they also have offices in Johannesburg and Abu Dhabi.

HLM’s work encompasses the private and public sectors, including education, health, defence, justice, civic, commercial and residential, as well as mixed-use developments.  The company has significant expertise in delivering projects under various procurement systems, including PPP/PFI, partnering and framework agreements.

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