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Lockton ranked in Top 50 best employers in London

 

4 March 2019, (London) – Lockton has been listed in the top 50 companies to work for in London by Best Companies, the workplace engagement specialists. 

Best Companies have collaborated with Business Insider to produce the regional lists, and Lockton has been ranked Number 38 for London. Lockton is the only insurance broker on the London Top 50 list. There are 237,515 employers registered in London, 6,495 of which are in the Financial and Insurance sector, according to UK government data. A third of the UK’s business are in London and the Southeast.  

The Best Companies lists are based on extensive confidential surveys of more than 250,000 staff in organisations across the country. Neil Nimmo, Managing Partner of Lockton LLP, said: “We are delighted to be recognised for the unique culture we have built here at Lockton. We are an entrepreneurial and ambitious company with a privately-owned business and partnership model, which has produced a culture that values respect, an ethical, moral and caring approach, where bright, driven and proactive people can thrive.”

Some of the key figures from the survey of Lockton employees are: 

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