Montagu Evans named as one of the Best Places to Work in Property 2020

17th December 2020

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    Rob Bower
    Managing Partner, Central Management
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For the third consecutive year, Montagu Evans have been named one of the Best Places to Work in Property 2020 by Property Week.

As one of the top 28 companies in the UK, businesses were assessed on eight key factors:

  • overall engagement;
  • leadership and planning;
  • culture and communication;
  • role satisfaction;
  • work environment;
  • relationship with supervisor;
  • training and development; and
  • pay and benefits

The anonymous survey issued to 250 people identified relationships, engagement, communication and leadership as scoring particularly high. Open text comments allow individual the freedom to describe working at the firm in their own words, some of which include:

“Montagu Evans creates a very positive and stimulating work environment, they genuinely want to be a best in class employer and service provider to clients.”

“Every single person in the firm is treated with respect and seen as part of the family. There is a great deal of flexibility and a sense of pride across the firm. You come to work wanting to do a good job. There is an   approachable atmosphere and a sense of fun yet we all work hard wanting to succeed. Quite simply, a culture so good you wouldn’t mind working long hours, yet you are encouraged to actually have a proper work life balance.”

“You feel recognised and appreciated from all levels of management.”

“It is a friendly, open and collaborative environment where everyone is very willing to give up their time to help each other and share their knowledge and skills.”

Commenting on the news, Rob Bower, Managing Partner said:

“We’re truly honoured to be recognised again, and it’s a credit to everyone in the partnership, the openness and transparency throughout teams and our continued investment in our people. Over this year in particular we have all felt the implications to morale during lockdown, but I have honestly seen it as having brought our people and teams even closer together. Being more accessible, more conscientious and more supportive.

We value feedback, much of which forms the basis of a number of initiatives we run, and it is our aim to continue to be recognised. To strive to be a place our people enjoy, can learn from each other and thrive in their careers.”

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