Revealed: UK’s best charities to work for

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24th March 2017 by Robert Armour 1 Comment

UK's best charities

Revealed: UK’s best charities to work for

1.    Oxfam 

2.    Citizens Advice 

3.    British Red Cross 

4.    RSPCA 

5.    YMCA 

6.    The Salvation Army 

7.    Cancer Research UK 

8.    PDSA 

9.    Age UK 

10. British Heart Foundation 

11. Sue Ryder 

12. Barnardo‚Äôs 

13. St John Ambulance 

Oxfam has been revealed as the country’s best charity to work for – according to its employees.

The survey by recruitment website Indeed asked employees to rank the best voluntary and public sector employers to work for, with 13 charities dominating the top 25. 

Citizens Advice, British Red Cross and RSPCA were the next highest ranked charities.

Highest ranked public sector employer was the Armed Forces, followed by the BBC. 

Penny Lawrence, deputy chief executive at Oxfam, said: “The research tallies with our own regular surveys which show that the vast majority of staff feel proud to work for Oxfam, enjoy their job and share Oxfam’s vision to end extreme poverty around the world.

"We try to ensure staff have every opportunity to develop their talents in Oxfam and that there are lots of opportunities to learn and engage in our wider work.

“While salary is important, it's not everything and it's clear to us that delivering job satisfaction is not simply a question of wage, it’s a matter of professional development, engagement and recognition of the value of our wonderful staff and volunteers."

A spokesman for Indeed said: “We weight the rankings by the number of reviews in that country. For example, if one company has 4.0 stars with 50 reviews, and another company has 4.0 stars with 500 reviews, the 500-review company should rank higher. So we mathematically control for the rankings with that."

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