Birmingham Hippodrome Listed in Top 100 Not-For-Profit Organisations

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The Birmingham Hippodrome has been ranked 76th in the 2014 Sunday Times list of Best Not-For-Profit Organisations To Work For. To create the list, the Sunday Times surveyed 250,000 employees at 897 different organisations, making this the UK’s largest workplace engagement survey.

With 111 members of staff and many more casual employees, the Hippodrome is amongst the UK’s largest presenting venues. The Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre Trust is an unsubsidised, independent charity with a volunteer board of trustees. In a survey conducted by the Sunday Times, 89% of employees felt they were making valuable contributions to the theatre’s success, and 84% said that they felt proud to be working there. 88% were happy with the theatre’s environmental management and commitment to reducing its energy usage, and a majority of staff have good working relationships with their managers, feeling able to speak honestly and openly with them.

Birmingham Hippodrome boxThe full list of organisations was revealed at an awards ceremony in Battersea last night. Said the Hippodrome’s Chief Executive, Stuart Griffiths:

“This is our first time in the well-known Sunday Times listing, so we are very proud to have been ranked in the top 100 companies.   We strive to do the best we can by working closely with our excellent team across all areas of this complex and unpredictable business.  This means we can then deliver the best possible theatre experience for our diverse and growing audiences.”

For more information, check out the About Us section on the Birmingham Hippodrome website.

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