Every January there’s a surge in job searching. Whether its down to New Year’s goals, or simply the promise of a fresh start, many of us are actively scrolling through socials and job boards in search of that next career step.
Glassdoor recently released their list of the best companies to work for in the UK, and this list was (perhaps unsurprisingly) dominated by tech companies like Facebook, Microsoft, and Google.
But what if you’re not looking for a role at a top company that isn’t in the tech sector?
Fear not – here’s a list of the top ten non-tech companies to work for in the UK.
Staff here mention getting recognition for their efforts, as well as a good work-life balance, as the main factors that make Bella Italia great to work for.
They might be known for being a bit cheeky, but many employees enjoy working for Nandos, citing a supportive culture and career prospects as some main benefits.
Career development is one of the main reasons staff rate working for AstraZeneca so highly. The company has a very ’employee first’ focus, and actively encourages progression.
Staff enjoy working at J.P Morgan thanks to the financial heavyweight’s promotion of a good work-life balance. The company also scores points with employees for providing the latest tech solutions to teams.
Working from home, superb benefits, and having lots of career progression opportunities make jobs at American Express stand out for employees. A good work-life balance is another positive aspect of working here, according to staff.
Johnson & Johnson
Employees at Johnson and Johnson approve of the ethical approach the company takes, coupled with standout leadership from the top. Other benefits of working at Johnson & Johnson include good career opportunities and benefits.
This UK based construction firm rank highly in employee satisfaction thanks to having a highly flexible approach to remote and office working. Check out the latest jobs at Mace here.
A supportive company culture and good career progression opportunities win over staff at Majestic Wine. Providing employees with the help they need to develop their careers is an additional benefit of working for the company.
Employees at JustEat rate the company as a great place to work thanks to the flexible working hours, help with self-development, and bonus scheme. The friendly company culture helps too. Here are some of the latest roles at Just Eat.
Shell Energy Retail
Staff working for Shell Energy Retail praise the solid and supportive team culture, as well as long term development and ongoing career opportunities available to them.
If you’re looking for opportunities in other sectors or companies this January, then stop by the JobLookup homepage and search for the latest jobs by sector or company.