Visiting Angels celebrates double triumph at the UK Company Culture Awards

Visiting Angels is elated to share its latest triumphs from the esteemed UK Company Culture Awards 2024

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The in-home care franchise, renowned for placing its carers at the core of its operations, has been honoured with the awards for Best Company to Work For (In-house) and Most Innovative Culture. These accolades underline its commitment to fostering a positive work environment and implementing ground-breaking cultural practices.

These twin victories underscore Visiting Angels’ dedication to its innovative, carer-centric philosophy, which prioritises the wellbeing and development of its caregivers. This approach has not only transformed the standard of care offered but also fostered a nurturing and supportive work atmosphere that encourages and promotes professional advancement.

Dan Archer, UK CEO of Visiting Angels, said, “We’re incredibly proud to be recognised in both these categories. These awards reflect the hard work and dedication of our entire team. At Visiting Angels, we believe in empowering our caregivers, and it’s their commitment that has shaped our award-winning culture. This achievement motivates us to continue innovating and leading with compassion, ensuring we remain a pioneer in the care sector.”

The awards ceremony, a gala event in London, was a gathering of industry leaders celebrating notable achievements in company culture across various sectors. Visiting Angels was distinguished for its exceptional strategies in employee welfare and innovative practices, setting a high standard in the social care industry.

Visiting Angels’ winning streak is a testament to its robust ethos of caregiver support and development, which includes competitive pay, comprehensive benefits and significant opportunities for career advancement, ensuring high staff retention and satisfaction rates. These latest accolades come soon after wins for Emerging Franchisor of the Year at the Elite Franchise 100 Awards in March and Support Network of the Year at the Great British Workplace Wellbeing Awards in February.

Image: From left to right: Presenter and BBC DJ Neyha Ahmad, Dan Archer, Bella Hallam & Nik Dickinson from Visiting Angels, and CEO of Time Together Louise Terzza

Latifa Yedroudj
Latifa Yedroudj