by Kajetan Sawicz

Gambling Commission Celebrates Continued Recognition as a UK Top Employer

In an impressive repeat performance, the Gambling Commission has once again been heralded as one of the UK’s premier places to work, as acknowledged by the global workplace culture authority, Great Place to Work®.

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A Culture of Excellence and Inclusion

The Gambling Commission has been lauded for its progressive approach to workplace practices, particularly in how it has seamlessly integrated new working methodologies while nurturing an inclusive culture. This culture places a high premium on employee wellbeing and the importance of cohesive teamwork. Additionally, the Commission’s dedication to upholding “Dignity at work” has been a standout aspect, ensuring that all staff members are treated with the utmost respect, acknowledging their unique values, qualities, and differences.

Andrew Rhodes, the Chief Executive of the Commission, expressed his pride in the organization’s achievement: “To have made it onto the list of the UK’s Best Workplaces last year was a big moment for us as we continue to make the Gambling Commission the best place you could work. Our mission has been to build on that success, but we know that isn’t easy to achieve and wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work and dedication from all colleagues here at the Commission.”

Rigorous Evaluation and Certification

The recognition by Great Place to Work® is not handed out lightly. It is the result of thorough evaluations, including detailed analysis of hundreds of employee surveys. These surveys scrutinize various facets of the company culture, ensuring that only the workplaces truly beloved by their employees make it onto the prestigious UK’s Best Workplaces list for 2024.

Attaining the Great Place to Work Certification is a significant honor, signaling to the broader industry and potential employees that the Gambling Commission has cultivated an enviable workplace culture. This culture is characterized by trust, fairness, respect, and camaraderie, setting a benchmark for others in the sector.

Our Commentary on the Achievement

The Gambling Commission’s repeated recognition as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces is a testament to its commitment to not just regulatory excellence but also to creating a work environment that is genuinely valued by its employees. This accolade serves as a beacon to other organizations in the iGaming and gambling sectors, highlighting the pivotal role of workplace culture in achieving organizational success. As the Commission continues to lead by example, it’s clear that its focus on inclusivity, respect, and employee wellbeing is not just commendable but is setting new standards for what it means to be a great place to work in the industry.

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