Ely-based Cambridge Commodities Ltd achieves ‘gold’ accreditation

PUBLISHED: 10:21 13 October 2018

Representatives from all the Accredited Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 organisations with Alex Pearce from eras ltd and Lynn Walters from Pure

Representatives from all the Accredited Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 organisations with Alex Pearce from eras ltd and Lynn Walters from Pure

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Ely-based Cambridge Commodities Ltd has been presented with ‘gold’ Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 Accreditation.

The accreditations were presented at an awards conference which brought together over 150 business people from across East Anglia.

It was held at the Rowley Mile Racecourse in Newmarket on Wednesday October 3.

The Best Employers Eastern Region initiative was founded by recruitment specialists Pure and psychometrics eras ltd.

It is sponsored by law firm Birketts and ‘provides businesses with the opportunity to gain data on their employee engagement levels through the initiative’s free employee survey which measures employee engagement, culture and values’.

The judges said: “Cambridge Commodities is a really good employer that has embraced the ideas and concept of employee engagement in all areas and has made a strong impact with its staff.”

The awards event also raised money for charity with proceeds from ticket sales donated to the regional offices of MIND.

Together with money raised at the Best Employers Eastern Region 2018 launch event in February over £5,200 has been raised for the mental health charity.

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