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Screwfix ranked 2nd in Best Retail Employer List

Screwfix head office

Screwfix have been ranked 2nd place in Retail Week’s 2017 best employer list.

The list, which showcases the top 15 retailers to work for in the UK, was created directly from employee feedback on culture, camaraderie, career progression and salary.

Hundreds of current Screwfix employees rated the company on Glassdoor – the employee review website, each company was awarded a rating out of 5, with the top three all receiving an overall score of 4.1.

Upon being asked about Screwfix, one employee wrote: “Great culture, fantastic life / work balance, support, good salary, relaxed atmosphere, transparency and putting people first. Achievable bonus system, plenty of incentives for the store teams to win and share. Great expansion plans and progression opportunities.”

Liz Bell, HR Director at Screwfix comments: “To be placed so highly in this list is a real achievement. We are very proud of all our colleagues who have helped to make this happen. The way our culture has evolved is a real team effort, we all contribute to how our colleagues feel about being part of the Screwfix family. I’m really pleased to see the values coming through here.”

IKEA scooped 1st place whilst many well-known brands featured on the list, such as John Lewis, TK Maxx and Hobbycraft.

See the full list here.

Source: Insight DIY Team & Screwfix press release.

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04 July 2017

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