Coleraine Covernet named Best Workplace in Northern Ireland

InsurTech Covernet, based in Coleraine, has been officially recognized as the Best Workplace™ in Northern Ireland by the Great Place to Work® UK Institute.

Established over 40 years ago, Great Place to Work® applies the data and insights of millions of employees working in approximately 10,000 organizations around the world each year to benchmark individual performance.

The much-loved accolade was presented to the local software-as-a-service company at a gala event at London’s Tobacco Dock, celebrating the UK’s Best Workplaces™ across different organization size categories.

Following a rigorous application process that consisted of a 5-point culture audit of the organization as well as an extensive employee survey, the leading provider of web-based insurance solutions was ranked tenth in the UK in the small business category. them the best-placed company in Northern Ireland.

Lee Stuart, Managing Director of Covernet, said, “At Covernet, we are guided by four key values; Teamwork, respect, excellence and innovation. Great Place to Work®’s recognition that we have created a high-level culture of employee trust, well-being, engagement and performance is confirmation that we are committed to these principles. Receiving the most prestigious employer award in the market gives us a distinct advantage in an ever-changing environment.

Benedict Gautrey, Managing Director of Great Place to Work® UK added: “Even in times of agonizing uncertainty, at Best Workplaces™ the common mantra of ‘purpose over profit’ has held firm. We are extremely proud to recognize the 290 companies on our list for their exceptional work cultures and unwavering commitment to supporting employees so they can provide the best strategic solutions to ever-changing business opportunities and challenges.

Covernet is one of 80 companies listed in the small business category, joining 290 companies in total on the UK’s Best Workplaces™ list.

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