We’re delighted to announce that THP is officially one of the Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024.

We received the accolade after taking part in an employee engagement survey, run by Workl.

The survey was developed by behavioural scientists, data analysts, psychologists, business leaders, academics and other independent parties to most accurately monitor employee engagement, wellbeing and discretionary effort in the workplace.

To achieve a high overall engagement score, an organisation must score well across a six-step framework.

High scores for employee engagement

Across the six categories, THP scored 83%. This is 10% higher than the average scored by other participating organisations in our sector. As you can see from the figures below, we scored consistently highly across all categories.

  • Reward & Recognition – 81%
  • Instilling Pride – 82%
  • Information Sharing – 83%
  • Empowerment – 84%
  • Wellbeing – 84%
  • Job Satisfaction – 85%

Sunday Times Best Place to Work listing

THP was featured in the small business category of the Sunday Times Best Place to Work listings, published on Sunday 12th May, 2024. We also have a profile on the Sunday Times Best Place to Work website, which you can view here. Our listing reads:

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The London-based chartered accountants aims to take everything into account when it comes to creating a welcoming, supportive and inclusive environment, from providing fresh fruit and kombucha to funded office lunches and a bespoke professional development plan for all team members, regardless of their role. THP, which is 50 years old in 2024, also has offices in Surrey and Essex, and – unusually for a professional services organisation – half of its 42 employees work part-time.

Nurturing talent

Responding to the Best Place to Work accolade, THP’s Managing Director, Mark Boulter, said:

“I’m very proud that THP is officially listed in the Sunday Times Best Place to Work directory this year. We work hard to nurture our talented team members, helping them to develop new skills, take pride and ownership in their work and to create positive working environments. We’re a great place to work because we all pull together to help each other out, as well as give the best possible service to our clients.”

If you’re looking for a new challenge, why not consider a career with THP? Check out our current vacancies or send us a copy of your CV along with details of the kind of role you’re searching for.

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    About Mark Boulter

    Mark Boulter is responsible for the efficient running of the firm’s infrastructure, and ensuring that THP delivers the best client service. Promoting the vision and culture across all branches, people are the key: “I like people who have a fresh approach and I’m happy for them to run with their ideas,” he says.

    Communication across departments is crucial and Mark pioneers this. He ensure that people and departments not only talk to each other, but that they share ideas– whether they’re about marketing, finance, sales, strategy or any other topic that can result in us offering a better service. “I think helping to develop the next generation of THP people is essential to our success,” Mark adds. “We’ve a lot of talented people and our way of doing things increasingly attracts ambitious newcomers who are looking for a fresh approach. That’s good for us and even better news for our clients.”

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