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Gambling Commission maintains UK’s Best Workplaces Accreditation

15 March 2024

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The Gambling Commission has been recognised once again as one of the UK’s best employers by the global authority on workplace culture, Great Place to Work®.

The Commission has been recognised in a variety of areas, including how it has embraced new working practices and embedded an inclusive culture that prioritises wellbeing and teamwork.

It was also praised for the way it supports “Dignity at work” and how staff are treated in the workplace with respect for their values, qualities and differences.

Andrew Rhodes, Commission chief executive, said: “To have made it onto the list of the UK’s Best Workplaces last year was a big moment for us as we continue to make the Gambling Commission the best place you could work.

“Our mission has been to build on that success, but we know that isn’t easy to achieve and wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work and dedication from all colleagues here at the Commission.”

Great Place to Work® performed rigorous evaluations of hundreds of employee survey responses against each company to create the 2024 UK's Best Workplaces list.

Great Place to Work Certification signals to the world that the Commission has a company culture that employees love. It demonstrates that we have created a work environment that fosters trust, fairness, respect, and camaraderie among its employees.

Last updated: 15 March 2024

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