Grass Roots, Fresh, Motivcom and DRP named in Sunday Times list

Grass Roots, The Fresh Group, Motivcom and DRP Group have been named among The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For 2012.

Fresh and DRP named among The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies
Fresh and DRP named among The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies

The Fresh Group were placed at number 73 on the Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work For 2012 (less than 250 employees), which was published yesterday, whilst DRP Group moved from 57th in 2011 to 51st.

Motivcom, meanwhile, were ranked 87th in the 250 - 5000 employees category, the official list for which will be published next sunday. Grass Roots are also named in this category.

Motivcom executive director Nigel Cooper said: "The continued success of the business is down to the quality of our staff who have a tremendous knowledge and dedication which is emphasised by the group retention rate with more than 50% of staff having now qualified for long service awards."

Fresh founder Nick Porter added: "We’ve been fortunate enough over recent years to be recognised for both our work and our business but this has to be fresh’s proudest achievement to date. It’s confirmation of the ethos and spirit of fresh, the working environment and culture which has clearly underpinned our success as a business and enabled our rapid growth in just seven years of trading."

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