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Redvespa awarded Best Small Workplace in New Zealand
Posted on 12-Nov-2010 17:18 | Filed under: News



Mars New Zealand enjoyed the sweet taste of success last night when it was named overall winner at the JRA Best Workplaces Awards for 2010.

The fast moving consumer goods company came out on top of the 245 organisations from around the country across a range of sectors which entered this year’s JRA Best Workplaces Survey for the coveted title of New Zealand’s Best Workplace.

The Best Workplaces Survey is New Zealand’s largest annual workplace climate-employee engagement survey and uses confidential feedback from organisations’ employees to rate their employers.

The overall winner, as well as size category winners and several other awards for outstanding workplace achievements were presented at the awards ceremony at the Langham Hotel in Auckland last night.

This is the first time Mars has scooped the grand prize, although it has come close in previous years- winning the medium-large workplace category in 2008 and coming third in its category in 2007 and 2009.

As the local arm of Mars International, Mars New Zealand is known for its well-loved confectionary brands such as M&Ms, Snickers and Starburst, and also has a Petcare manufacturing site in Wanganui which supplies New Zealand and Australia.
Mars New Zealand was also winner of the medium-large size category and other winners by size from the 35 finalists were Redvespa Consultants in the small category, The Retail Institute in the small-medium category and Warehouse Stationery in the large category.

Wellington-based Redvespa Consultants Limited (Redvespa) took out top honours from 9 other finalists in the Best Small Workplace category. The JRA Best Workplaces Survey is New Zealand’s largest annual workplace climate-employee engagement survey and uses confidential feedback from organisations’ employees to rate their employers. Now in its 11th year, the Best Workplaces Survey has become the benchmark for best employer claims.

A leading information technology company consulting across all sectors, Redvespa specialises in Business Analysis, complemented by Project Management services. Since 2003, Redvespa has built an enviable reputation in providing highly experienced people to deliver quality consultancy services. To support its consultancy arm, Redvespa has developed a SaaS product, The BA Kit, designed specifically for business analysis teams. The BA Kit now enables Redvespa to offer an end to end Business Analysis solution to their clients.

Redvespa recruits creative, professional and practical people. People who love what they do and thrive on being surrounded by like-minded individuals. The result is that Redvespa has a great team culture: dynamic people who are not only skilled, but also lots of fun to be around.

Redvespa staff were asked to describe the one thing, more than anything else, that makes this organisation a great place to work. There was an overwhelming response that it was ‘the people’ that makes Redvespa...and perhaps the humdinger Christmas parties played a small part as well.

Richard Gibson, Managing Director of Redvespa commented “we are delighted that our team feel that Redvespa is the best place to work. We know that it is the people who work for us that define our culture and attract similar minded people to the team. Our contribution as a company to the national and international Business Analysis profession also offer our team opportunities and exposure they are unlikely to find elsewhere. Our challenge is to retain our boutique consultancy culture, as we continue to develop our business in Wellington and Auckland.”

The winners were announced at an awards ceremony and dinner at the Langham Hotel in Auckland on Thursday, November 11 where the Minister of Labour, Hon. Kate Wilkinson, was a guest speaker.


More information: http://www.bestworkplaces.co.nz...






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