Olympus Power, a leading provider of alternative energy solutions for businesses in the UK, is building on its success from being awarded a prestigious Sunday Times Best Places to Work earlier this year. This recognition highlights the company’s commitment to creating a positive and engaging work environment for its employees.

The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards are highly regarded in the business community and are based on feedback from employees themselves. This means that the recognition is a true reflection of the company’s efforts to foster a supportive and enjoyable workplace culture.

Olympus Power is dedicated to revolutionising the way businesses approach energy consumption by offering sustainable and cost-effective solutions. However, the company understands that its success is directly linked to the satisfaction and well-being of its employees. As a result, Olympus Power has implemented various initiatives to ensure a positive work-life balance, professional development opportunities, and a strong sense of community within the organisation.

This month they held a summer barbeque for employees to celebrate, stocked with local food and drink to welcome new employees as well as reflect on a great year so far. 

Olympus Power invests in the professional growth and development of its staff. The company provides ongoing training and development opportunities, mentoring programs, and career progression plans. By empowering employees to expand their skill sets and reach their full potential, Olympus Power fosters a culture of continuous learning and personal growth.

Receiving the Sunday Times Best Places to Work award is a testament to Olympus Power’s commitment to its employees and their well-being. The company’s dedication to creating a positive and engaging work environment has not only attracted top talent but also resulted in high employee retention rates.

Olympus Power’s success in the alternative energy industry is achieved via its motivated and satisfied workforce. As the company continues to grow, it plans to focus on the passion and expertise of its employees to meet its mission of saving one million tonnes of carbon by 2025.