New research has revealed the best and worst rated places to work in 2023, based on reviews from a community of 430,000 UK shift workers.
The results have been put together by community-powered job platform Breakroom based on its users' feedback on their job, pay, benefits, shifts and management.
According to the findings, the best employer in the UK is NATS, formerly known as the National Air Traffic Service, which rates 9.1, followed by BAE Systems who came second with 8.9, closely followed by Unilever with the same score.
The reviews show that the worst place to work in the UK is care provider Comfort Call, which came out with a 2.8 rating, followed by another care provider, Eden Futures (3.3) and Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons (3.4).
Co-Founder and CEO of Breakroom, Anna Maybank, commented: “Our communities list of the best and worst-rated employers highlights which employers are listening to employees and meeting their needs and the employers that need to improve.
“We’ve built the first community-powered jobs platform that helps users not only find a job but also learn what it’s like to work there from people who already do.
The top 20 best rated places to work in 2023 came out as:
And, according to the results, the top 10 worst places to work in 2023 are:
The top 10 hospitality employers are:
And the top 10 retail employers are: