Freebridge’s Sunday Times success

Official Launch of Freebridge Community Housing Keeble Court King's Lynn'Chief Executive of Freebridge Tony Hall (right) at the new development, with Ray Johnson (Chair of Board)(left) and new residents, LtoR, Mantas and Asta Telsinskas and Titas (13 months old) ANL-151021-180705009
Official Launch of Freebridge Community Housing Keeble Court King's Lynn'Chief Executive of Freebridge Tony Hall (right) at the new development, with Ray Johnson (Chair of Board)(left) and new residents, LtoR, Mantas and Asta Telsinskas and Titas (13 months old) ANL-151021-180705009
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A housing group is celebrating after once again featuring on a prestigious Sunday Times list.

Freebridge Community Housing has made the ‘Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For’ list for the third year in a row.

The housing and community organisation has also retained its One Star accreditation meaning the organisation is ‘very good’ at employee engagement’

Through the Best Companies process, employees were able to share their thoughts on the organisation through a confidential survey. In addition, Freebridge also completed an extensive questionnaire which provided an overview of its working practices and culture.

Freebridge will find out exactly where it is placed on the Sunday Times list in February 2016.

Chief executive Tony Hall said: “It’s a fantastic achievement that we continue to be an organisation featuring on the Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to Work For list.

“This is our third year in a row and it’s very much down to our employees, who make Freebridge such a great place to work.

“Our employees are constantly demonstrating that they live the values we hold dear as an organisation. In turn this means that our customers receive the best service that they can and people enjoy working here.”