Forensic Analytics make it on to “Best Places to Work” list

Forensic Analytics is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted by The Sunday Times in their list of ‘Best Places to Work’ 2024.

Alongside other businesses in the medium organisation category such as Quooker and Hyundai Motor UK, we are privileged to showcase this status and delighted to be shortlisted in such prestigious company.

The Sunday Times Best Places to Work awards recognise organisations which provide positive work environments, with a particular focus on communication, compassion, appreciation, wellbeing, and clear direction. The awards create their shortlists based on feedback from anonymous staff surveys. This is the first year in which Forensic Analytics have taken part in the programme.

With many wellbeing and life balance implementations within the business such as flexible working patterns, commitment to an extensive social responsibility programme, weekly yoga sessions as well as enhanced annual leave for volunteering days, birthdays and Christmas, staff feedback stated that they are proud to work for Forensic Analytics and feel that the business cares for their wellbeing. They also look forward to the annual staff and family barbeque each year, where everyone is brought together for a weekend of celebration.

Head of HR Rebecca Hannon, who spearheaded the entry to the awards as well as many of the wellbeing and social responsibility initiatives said:

“I’ve always been proud of the environment we’ve created here at Forensic Analytics. Despite our growth over the last few years, we’ve always tried to keep the family feel, which is exactly how our business started – with family members and friends. We’ve implemented many positive wellbeing incentives which not only help our colleagues – but also the wider community, such as our recent partnership with volunteering app ‘On-Hand’. Everything we do reflects our core values, and I’m delighted that the work we’ve put in to make Forensic Analytics a great working environment is being recognised and our colleagues can feel proud to be part of such a great organisation.”

CEO Steve Rick added:

“It’s the people in Forensic Analytics that make us special, and we are justifiably proud of achieving Sunday Times Best Companies to work for status. Our business is about creating software and solutions for law enforcement that helps them save time, save money and solve crime. As a business with a purpose – to support law enforcement, we need a creative and agile, forward-thinking culture, which will allow us to attract bar raisers in all disciplines to deliver our mission. To achieve this, we need a positive working environment, the feedback received from The Sunday Times Best Place to Work survey, is testament to that.”