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TLG named Best Not-for-Profit to Work For 2019
21st February 2019
TLG has been named as the best charity to work for at the prestigious Sunday Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to Work For. The competitive list recognises workplaces where staff are happy, cared for and have opportunities to develop their career. In addition, our Chief Executive and Founder Tim Morfin was named the Best Leader of a Not-for-Profit Organisation.
We were also awarded a 3 star accreditation by Best Companies, recognising the highest level of workplace engagement.
Tim said, “It's an incredible honour to top the list of the best charity employers in the UK. God's blessed us with a great team who are united in our mission to help churches support struggling children. Knowing that they love working at TLG makes this achievement so special. We're so grateful for everyone playing their part - for the churches, the staff and volunteers who are serving struggling children in their communities up and down the country.”
The list is compiled after surveying staff at 688 charities across the UK. After surveying TLG staff, first place was awarded because:
100% of staff agreed ‘I have confidence in the leadership skills of the senior leadership team.
100% of staff agreed ‘I feel a strong sense of family in my team’
98% of staff agreed ‘I love working for this organisation!’
What's more, we came 1st place of all charities surveyed in 36 categories, including team, leadership and wellbeing!
God has brought so many passionate and gifted people to TLG over the years and we’re thrilled that they love working here too!
We’re growing more than ever before and are on the lookout for passionate and talented people to join our team. So what are you waiting for? To view our latest vacancies or to register your interest in working for TLG, click below.
Pick up your copy of the Sunday Times this weekend (Sun 24 Feb) to read more about why TLG is a fantastic place to work!
Jonny is TLG’s Communications Manager, having started out working in the TLG education centre in Reading. He is passionate about seeing children enjoy school and have hope for their future. Ever the performer, Jonny is still optimistic he will one day fulfil his dream of becoming a Blue Peter presenter.