The 2013 list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” has just been published and Gamma is pleased to have entered this list in 48th place overall and is the highest placed Communications Provider.
Chief Executive Bob Falconer commented: “Recruiting, motivating, and retaining the best employees is at the heart of our strategy, and is critical for our continued growth. Trust and confidence needs to flow both ways, and at Gamma all staff are given the headroom – not just to do the job – but to improve it. As we continue to grow we are absolutely determined to avoid developing a corporate culture. It’s both fantastic and humbling for the company to be recognised in this way”
The Sunday Times award lists the top 100 companies to work for in the UK, based largely on employee survey and judged according to performance in eight key areas: Leadership, wellbeing, giving something back, personal growth, fair deal, and how staff feel towards their manager, company and team.
Gamma is a next generation network operator that creates simplified communications and software services for business. With a broad range of voice, mobile and data services designed specifically to take to market through channel partners, Gamma leads on network strength, products that are easy to use and provision and quality through automation. Switching in excess of 800 million minutes a month and serving over 650 Channel Partners, Gamma is one of the UK‘s largest providers of voice services and related applications carrying c13% of the UK’s fixed business telephony.
Specialties: Telecommunications, Broadband, Mobile, SIP trunking, Hosted voice, Channel, Inbound, FMC, Ethernet
Headquarters: Kings House Kings Road West Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5BY United Kingdom
LinkedIN Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/company/Gamma-telecom
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