The Dispute Service, which operates the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, has been ranked among the Sunday Times’ 100 best not-for-profit companies to work for in 2019.
The tenancy deposit protection scheme is the only provider in England and Wales to operate on a not-for-profit basis; it is also still looking for new premises following a fire which gutted its HQ last month.
Every year, the Sunday Times celebrates the best examples of workplace engagement in four categories, including the best not-for-profit in which TDS reached 63rd place.
Compiled by the consultancy Best Companies, the 100 best rated companies in each category enter the prestigious Sunday Times lists.
Companies are judged on eight factors of workplace engagement: Giving Something Back, My Manager, Leadership, My Company, Personal Growth, My Team, Wellbeing, and Fair Deal.
TDS chief executive Steve Harriott says: “We’re incredibly proud. The award is a culmination of our colleagues’ hard work and determination.
“Each of our colleagues is aware of the positive attitudes that we aim to develop across the whole company in the aim of maintaining TDS’ position as the leading tenancy deposit scheme in the UK. As a not-for-profit, we believe strongly in reinvesting in the company, our services to landlords, agents and tenants, our colleagues, and the wider community.
“We are continuing to invest in continuous improvement of our team and the servicse we provide our customers.”