CPS is recognised as a Great Place to Work.

CPS awarded Great Place to Work

28 Apr CPS is recognised as a Great Place to Work.

CPS is delighted to announce that it has been judged one of the 20 best small businesses to work in in the UK by the Great Place to Work Institute.

The Great Place to Work® Institute has been running in the UK for 16 years and is recognised as an important independent measure of how employees feel about working at their company.

Since its inception 21 years ago, CPS has developed a reputation for business excellence alongside its continued investment in people. To that end, the company has – and continues – to work with its employees to develop initiatives to ensure they are as engaged as possible.

2016 saw many businesses apply for the ‘Small Business’ category – and CPS is extremely proud to have received this accolade in the first year of applying.

“Being recognised a great place to work is a fantastic achievement,” says CEO Ivan Lloyd. “Over the last 21 years, CPS has grown steadily and organically – a deliberate strategy to attract and retain the very best talent from the IT consulting world. We are proud of what we have achieved but know that we couldn’t have done it without our loyal and talented staff.

“A company is only as strong as the people it employs and we will continue to listen to the collective voices of our employees to change CPS for the better.”

Contact us today and find out how CPS can support your business in becoming a ‘Great Place to Work’ with the right technology solution.


 

Great Workplaces 2016 publication is available to download.

 

 

About the author
Ivan Lloyd

Ivan Lloyd is one of the world’s leading experts in Project and Portfolio Management solutions. With a wealth of experience accrued over 25 years of implementing innovative and pragmatic solutions to business problems, Ivan has developed a reputation for excellence in PPM on a global scale. This reputation has seen him become a much-sought after speaker at numerous major PPM conferences in the UK, Europe and North America including PMI, Project, APM, IMPA and Project Challenge. He has worked with hundreds of blue-chip customers across all industries from IT to telecoms, engineering to pharmaceutical, and aerospace to government, using a wide range of tools from Artemis to Microsoft Project. In addition, he has led some of the largest global implementations of PPM solutions with literally thousands of users. And, when he’s not delivering PPM solutions, he remains an influential figure whether as a judge for the Association of Project Management awards, a Microsoft appointed advisor on PPM or authoring articles for Project Management magazines, blogs and journals.

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