The global leader in asset management consulting is awarded a prestigious position on The Sunday Times Top 100 and a 3-star rating from Best Companies.
Alpha is delighted to be named #42 in ‘The Sunday Times Top 100 Small Companies to Work For’ and #4 in the Best Companies Accreditation scheme. Alpha was also awarded a 3-star rating, which is reserved for organisations with ‘extraordinary’ levels of workplace engagement.
The recognition is due to Alpha achieving a high score on Best Companies’ survey, which examined the ins-and-outs of company life. The survey reveals how employees really perceive their work environment.
Alpha wants to be the best consulting firm to work for in the world. It ensures that employees work on interesting and rewarding consulting projects. It has also invested in a number of programmes aimed at exceeding its employees’ expectations, for example its varied sports and social calendar, Diversity & Inclusion initiatives, CSR programme and ‘Project Neutron Star’, an umbrella project to deliver a number of employee ideas, from new work stations, to workplace mental health support.
Alpha’s UK Chief Executive Officer, Stuart McNulty commented:
“The Times Top 100 is an incredibly prestigious award that is well known by everyone. I ‘m absolutely thrilled that Alpha has made the Top 100 and even more delighted that we have scored so highly in our first year of entry – especially as the score is based entirely on the views of our team.”
Alpha’s Global Chief Operating Officer, Nina Spencer commented:
“A consulting firm is only as strong as the people that it can attract and retain. It’s a fantastic reflection of the culture that we have built at Alpha that we have scored so highly in The Sunday Times Top 100 and our success is also reflected in our incredibly low attrition rate. I’m really proud to be part of the Alpha story.”