A Pershore business has been named as one of The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2024.

The workplace survey is held nationwide and celebrates employers who prioritise making the workplace a happy and healthy environment.

Wellworking Ltd in Goodwood Road, Keytec Business Park, was recognised for its efforts in promoting employee happiness and wellbeing.

The business provides office furniture and was founded 25 years ago.

Samantha Bravo, HR manager at Wellworking, said: "Our team is our most important asset.

“To be recognised as a company with an engaged and inclusive workplace culture is really important, and something we are all very proud of."

The Sunday Times' Best Places to Work is an annual list that ranks the best companies to work for in the UK.

The ranking is based on factors such as employee satisfaction, perks, benefits, company culture, career progression opportunities, and work-life balance.

Companies are assessed through anonymous employee feedback surveys.

The awards recognise companies that are especially good for women, the LGBTQIA+ community, disabled employees, ethnic minorities, and younger and older workers.

Luke Munro, managing director at Wellworking, said: "Our purpose at Wellworking is to design and deliver great, future-facing workplaces for our clients, at a time when the workplace landscape continues to develop rapidly

“We can only achieve that if we start by making our own offices great places to work.

"To get this recognition from the UK’s leading workplace satisfaction survey is a wonderful testament to the innovative work that our fantastic team puts in every day to create such an exceptional working environment.”

The award comes after Wellworking obtained its B Corp certification, and picked up Mixology's 'Furniture Provider of the Year' award.