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Top firms recognised in inaugural NCE Employer Review Awards

Consultants MWH, Hydrock, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Atkins, Mott Macdonald and Opus International have all been recognised as the best in the UK for supporting their employees in NCE’s Employer Review Awards.

The six awards reflect the issues of highest importance to engineers when it comes to choosing (or staying with) an employer: recognising technical talent, structured career development, corporate social responsibility, work-life balance, innovative projects and fun at work.

Best for corporate social responsibility is MWH, with Arup and May Gurney runners up.

Best for work-life balance is Hydrock, with Mott MacDonald and Atkins runners up.

Best for recognising technical talent is Parsons Brinckerhoff, with Mott MacDonald and MWH runners up.

Best for structured career development is Atkins, with Logikal and Bam Nuttall runners up.

Best for innovative projects is Mott MacDonald, with Parsons Brinckerhoff and WSP runners up.

Best for fun at work is Opus International, with Conisbee and the Stilwell Partnership runners up.

The awards were announced as part of NCE’s Employer Review, launched to demonstrate the diverse range of career opportunities available within the civil engineering sector.

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