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Instarmac Celebrates Top Honour for the 9th year

March 2018

Instarmac Group plc has been selected for the prestigious ‘Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work For’ for the 9th year.  The top 100 places are awarded following research conducted by Best Companies – research which involves completing an anonymous survey on topics such as Leadership, Wellbeing, Giving Something Back, Personal Growth, My Manager, My Company, My Team and Deal.

Instarmac has achieved 3 star status, the highest level possible, which secured their position within the list at number 78 and promotes them as a leading employer.

John Holcroft, Managing Director at Instarmac commented: “It’s always been my aim to work alongside a team of people who are happy to come to work, who are enthusiastic about what we do and share my passion for giving something back to the local community. This respected award is testament to the dedication of our entire workforce and I feel enormous pride having been awarded this top honour for the 9th year.”

This achievement is the latest in string of awards for Instarmac. In the last 12 months they have been ranked number one in the Mid Market 300, were named as a Low-Risk Operator by the DVSA, received a FORS Silver Award, were presented with the coveted RoSPA Gold Medal Award and completed the transition to the new ISO accreditations, one of the first companies to do so.

For further information visit instarmac.co.uk.

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