Hopwood Hall College makes Sunday Times top 100 organisations
Hopwood Hall College has been ranked as the 68th ‘Best Not-For-Profit Organisation’ in the Sunday Times’ Top 100 Employers awards.
The Rochdale and Middleton-based further education college broke into the prestigious list after being recognised for their support of staff, internal health and wellbeing activities and extensive community and charity events. 87% of the College’s staff gave their employer a positive score to The Sunday Times’.
Furthermore, the College was the only Rochdale based organisation to make the Top 100 and one of only three not-for-profits based in Greater Manchester.
Only two other education establishments in the whole of the UK made the list and only seven not-for-profit organisations bettered Hopwood Hall College’s charitable achievements.
Pictured: Hopwood Hall College's HR team at the Sunday Times Top 100 Awards.
The award was collected at the Battersea Power Station gala by the College’s HR team; Martyn Hardy (HR Manager), Lauren Turner (HR Advisor), Julie Burns (Payroll & Pensions Officer), Liz Holloway (HR & Payroll Assistant), Caitlin Jones (HR Apprentice) and Luke Webster (HR Assistant).
Caroline Street, Executive Director at Hopwood Hall College, said of her organisation’s achievement:
“Our inclusion in this well-respected list of top employers recognises and celebrates the thriving community of Hopwood Hall College. We are all incredibly proud to have made the Top 100 list, our staff work hard on a daily basis to make Hopwood Hall College a great place to work and learn.
”To be ranked in the Top 100 is not just a substantial achievement for us, but it’s a great advert for the Rochdale and Greater Manchester communities.”