Spike has been named as one of The Sunday Times Best Places to Work in 2023. The prestigious award, voted by staff, recognises organisations with the highest employee engagement and wellbeing levels.
Based in Bournemouth and employing 32 staff, the company was recognised in the small organisation category for companies with 10-47 employees, achieving an overall engagement score of 87%, 11% higher than the industry average. Spike also scored highly across the key categories for employee engagement and workplace happiness including reward and recognition, instilling pride, sharing information, employee wellbeing, and job satisfaction.
Commenting on the award Jeremy Heath-Smith, CEO of Spike, said: “I am extremely proud that Spike has been recognised as a Sunday Times Best Places to Work. We are committed to providing a healthy work-life balance for employees, and have developed a strong, collaborative team culture. We’ve gone from strength to strength over the last few years and have an exciting future ahead of us, which is testament to all the hard work and dedication the entire team puts in.”
Spike is the leading property management and tenant engagement software provider, with its solutions being used daily in more than 200 buildings across the UK.
Spike Lettings, its tenancy management solution, allows prospective tenants to easily browse and find available apartments online, make an initial enquiry, and progress through the reservation stage, all the way through to moving in. Whilst its tenant engagement portal, Spike Living, provides tenants with one simple, intuitive app, allowing them to communicate with building management and with each other – making life easier in a multitude of ways. From booking onsite amenities and services to reporting maintenance issues, the portal makes routine communication quick and easy.
The Sunday Times Best Places to Work recognises and celebrates the best employers in the UK based on feedback from employees and an independent assessment of workplace culture, leadership, and employee engagement and wellbeing.
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