Staff have rated the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Care Company (RMBI) highly in an employee survey.

RMBI achieved an Employee Engagement Index score of 83% in the findings carried out by Agenda Consulting.

Louise Bateman, Human Resources Director at RMBI, said: “Over the past three years, we have invested in our learning and development initiatives, including our leadership and management development at all levels.

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“We have also enhanced our induction programme for all new joiners and feedback from this years’ survey shows that this has been well received by our employees. We have also offered all our care home staff a comprehensive Employee Assistance Benefit Programme which they receive from their first day of employment.

“We are committed to being an employer of choice and creating a working environment where staff are listened to, supported and feel valued.”

Of the over 800 staff consulted, 90% said the work they do gives them a feeling of personal achievement, while 91% said they were being given the necessary training to do their job effectively.

The survey also found 81% of RMBI employees would recommend their employer as a good place to work with 85% saying they would willingly put in extra effort to help the organisation.

RMBI staff were more satisfied with their pay, working tools and equipment, training and leadership than the median average at similar organisations, with 83% saying they felt they could openly express their ideas and opinions.

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