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Alphabet (GB) named as a UK Top Employer for ninth consecutive year

Mike Dennett named new CEO of Alphabet

Alphabet (GB) has been awarded the UK Top Employers Certification for the ninth year in a row.

The award is made to leading employers who demonstrate excellence in employee conditions, develop talent at all levels and strive to continuously enhance their employment practices.

Alphabet was measured against an international standard and named as a Top Employer having showcased its dedication to a better world of work, through HR policies and people practices.

Mike Dennett, CEO, Alphabet (GB) said: “It’s fantastic to be receiving the UK’s Top Employer award for the ninth consecutive year and is a testament to all the incredible people working at Alphabet.

“While attracting new talent is important, our current employees remain our number one priority.

“Their engagement with our core company purpose throughout these challenging few years has been central to maintaining brilliant customer experience and successful business performance.

“This award truly reflects the personal contributions and commitments of every one of our UK colleagues, and the high level of service they provide our customers day in and day out.”

The Top Employers Institute programme certifies organisations based on the participation and results of their HR Best Practices Survey.

The survey covers six HR domains consisting of 20 topics including People Strategy, Work Environment, Talent Acquisition, Learning, Well-being and Diversity and Inclusion and more.

In October, Alphabet refreshed its branding with a redesigned logo and corporate identity, to reflect the new strategic focus of the company.

It also outlined a strengthened commitment to sustainability and a renewed focus on technology.

Part of its plans to promote sustainability is through the extension of tis existing range of eMobility and new mobility options via AlphaElectric.

With the implementation of its sustainable consulting, Alphabet will offer guidance on CO2 targets, CO2 neutrality and further sustainability topics to its customers.

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