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HullBID names Spencer Group as best place to work

Hull-based engineering company Spencer Group has been named the Best Place to Work at the 10th annual HullBID Awards.

The award recognises its clear focus on diversity and inclusion, the apprenticeship opportunities it provides, training and development, staff wellbeing and social responsibility – all of which help make it a unique place to work.

Spencer Group is committed to recruiting and developing talented employees to improve their own skills as individuals and the wider talent pool across the industries it serves.

Young people join as apprentices or trainees and are able to work their way up through the company, progressing their careers in their chosen area of speciality.

Spencer Group is a flexible employer and also has a strong focus on sustainability and protecting the environment.

Marketing Manager Matt Mallory collected the award on the night. He said: “We’re delighted to have been recognised as the Best Place to Work at the HullBID Awards.

“We pride ourselves on being an outstanding employer and appreciate that our people are the key to our success, which is why we inspire them to make a positive difference every day. This award is for everyone who works at Spencer Group.”

HullBID Executive Director Kathryn Shillito said: “Once again we were blown away by the number of entries and the standard, as ever, has been highly competitive.”

HullBID is a not-for-profit organisation that works to enhance Hull city centre and represents over 780 businesses.

Awards were presented to ten winners in front of an audience of more than 320 at a gala celebration dinner at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel.

Spencer Group picked up the coveted Best Place to Work Award, sponsored by St Stephen’s shopping centre.

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