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Cuttsy + Cuttsy win Workingmums.co.uk top employer award

The agency was applauded for its outreach and talent attraction work

Working Mums Award

Cambridgeshire, UK-based healthcare communications agency Cuttsy + Cuttsy has won a top employer award for the second year running.

The Workingmums.co.uk’s Top Employer Awards - now in their eighth year - celebrate leading companies in gender diversity and flexible working.

The judges praised Cuttsy + Cuttsy for its outreach, talent attraction work and its ‘holistic’ approach to health and wellbeing.

Additionally, the judges were impressed with the agency’s investment in technology to enable different ways of working, its dedication to career progression and its monthly appraisal system.

Mathew Cutts, director, Cuttsy + Cuttsy, said: “We are thrilled to win this for a second time and be recognised for the work we do for the whole team and not just for our working mums.

“For us the reasons we have won this award are not just ‘nice to haves’ they are business critical in attracting the best talent to the agency; which we are continually looking to improve.”

The ceremony, which invited representatives from companies such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Lloyds Banking Group and McDonald’s, was presented at London’s Soho Hotel earlier this month.

Article by
Gemma Jones

22nd November 2017

From: Marketing

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