PebblePad, the Learning Management Platform for universities around the world, has been awarded a place in the UK 100 Best Companies to Work For, taking 61st place in the 2022 award ceremony, held at London’s Battersea Evolution on 2nd November 2022.
The annual Best Companies ranking is widely acknowledged as the most rigorous and extensive research into employee engagement in the UK. All the scores and ratings that are assessed to compile the lists are based solely on employee opinions.
PebblePad helps more than 150 universities around the world deliver student-centred learning, including more than half of the Universities listed in The Guardian Best UK Universities Top 100 (2022). PebblePad’s mission is to help create engaging learning experiences that allow students to develop and share their unique talents and attributes for lifelong success.
“This award is testament to our colleagues, not just in the UK, but across the world for their continued hard-work and commitment.” says Shane Sutherland, CEO and Founder of PebblePad.
He continues: “A commitment to student wellbeing and creating future-ready graduates permeates everything we do, and this ethos is what makes PebblePad a great place to work. The company offers apprenticeships, staff take time out to reflect on their own work and enormous value is placed on continual learning and feedback.”
Sallie Allen, Head of People and Culture at PebblePad added: “Being accredited as an outstanding company, reinforces that PebblePad is committed to being one of the best organisations to work for. Next, we want to learn from the results and be even better at retaining and attracting great talent as the business continues to grow.
There’s lots of science and measurement behind employee engagement but ultimately, it’s about how you treat people. There’s a simple consistency at PebblePad that makes us a great place to be. We are here for each other, we respect difference, and we work together. Doesn’t sound like rocket science, but when everyone behaves in this way, it’s powerful, and then in return you hear people say, ’I love my job!”