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adi Group awarded Best Companies to Work for Accreditation for Employee Engagement

07 November, 2022

Multidisciplinary UK engineering and construction firm adi Group has won Best Companies’ accreditation for employee engagement with a 1-star rating for the fifth consecutive year, having also been listed in the Top 10 Best Construction and Engineering Companies to work for in the UK.


adi Group expects to grow by 70% in the next three years, becoming a £200 million business, and the company fully understands the importance of a strong, engaged team of workers in achieving this ambitious goal.

Best Companies’ accreditation programme is dedicated to celebrating organisations and managers who excel at employee engagement, helping clients understand how their employees feel about their workplace, as well as identifying challenges and opportunities for improvement.

Acknowledging the importance of employee engagement

Best Companies’ survey is predominantly a tool created to give employees a voice and a platform to suggest the changes and improvements they’d like to see implemented within their organisation.

“A 1-star rating indicates adi Group has very good employee engagement and receiving a Best Companies accreditation for the fifth time in five years is an outstanding achievement for our business,” comments Alan Lusty, CEO at adi Group.

“We want to ensure our employees feel proud of working at adi, and we believe employee engagement is a crucial part of that. We are on a path of continuous selfimprovement and being able to receive feedback directly from our employees in such a helpful format is incredibly beneficial.

“This year, we received our highest engagement score to date, which means the changes we have implemented year on year in response to previous feedback have made a difference, and we couldn’t be more pleased,” he continued.

The accreditation is an incredible way to help retain and attract top talent, drive meaningful change and ensure employees feel valued.

As only 9% UK employees feel engaged in their workplace, resulting in dissatisfaction and higher rates of staff turnover, maintaining and increasing employee engagement is paramount.

Living up to employees’ expectations

The responses provided by adi’s employees as part of the survey fully reflect the qualities they value in the company. “The vision of the leadership team is shown in the respect given by customers, suppliers and competitors alike. I feel an enormous sense of pride when I tell others I work for adi,” wrote an adi employee in response to one of the survey’s questions.

Employees’ pride and excitement to work for an organisation are key to its success, and a mutual understanding and sharing of each other’s values can further fortify the bond between employer and employee.

“We strive to understand what our employees’ individual requirements are, no matter their role. However, we also endeavour to show our employees what we stand for as a business and encourage them to get involved in a variety of ways.




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