The company analysed data from its site, which included 4,000 reviews of charity employers by staff and volunteers, to compile a list of the top 25 organisations to work for in the voluntary and public sectors.
Staff at Cancer Research UK (CRUK) praised the charity’s culture and its promotion of a healthy work-life balance, Indeed said.
The top 10 employers on the list were all charities:
9 Age UK
Bill Richards, the UK managing director at Indeed, said the results showed charities could be “fantastic places to work“.
He said: “It is striking that in the non-profit sector, just as in the commercial world, the employers that score highest with their staff are those who make their teams feel valued and offer a good work-life balance and a positive workplace culture.”
The list of the top 25 organisations to work for in the voluntary and public sectors can be found at this LINK.