Muse recognised as great place to work for third successive year

26.06.24 3 min read by Jill O'Grady

We have been certified as a Great Place to Work for a third successive year. GPTW is the global leader in measuring workplace culture and has recognised Muse as particularly high scoring in the areas of justice, communication, and credibility.

The certification draws on the insight of more than 100 million employees around the world. It defines what makes a great workplace, as well as an outstanding employee experience.

Following a staff survey, GPTW collected data covering a wide range of workplace experiences. This included work-life balance, job satisfaction, safety, inclusivity, communication, well-being, financial security, and diversity.

With a 90% response rate, the feedback from our teams was compared to GPTW’s global benchmarks. We’re proud 96% of our team agreed, ‘taking everything into account, I would say this is a great place to work.’

Being a Great Place to Work reflects our commitment to creating a positive workplace culture where our teams can thrive. It demonstrates the value of the Muse Way, with our people particularly highlighting our transparency, openness, diversity, and supportiveness.

The certification also found that 98% of staff were made to feel welcome when they joined the company, 94% felt management promotes inclusivity, 93% agreed communication between management and employees is effective, and 92% thought the management team was credible.

Jill O’Grady, Head of HR at Muse, said:

We’re proud to be recognised as a Great Place to Work for a third successive year. Across our teams we seek to foster a culture of inclusivity and create an environment where people can grow their careers and thrive personally and professionally. ”

Jill also said, “The Muse Way is our blueprint, not only for delivering outstanding regeneration and new places, but defining our values as a company, and a workplace for all our staff. To maintain these high standards over three successive years is testament to the engagement of all our colleagues – but we can never stand still. We will continue to invest in our people wherever we can, to support happy and empowered teams right across the country.”

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