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PSL makes a return to the ‘Sunday Times Best Small 100 Companies to work for’

By 23rd February 2017 No Comments


The hospitality industry’s leading partner for maximising food profitability has been once again been acknowledged as being one of the ‘Sunday Times Best Small 100 companies to work for’. This is the fifth time PSL have been within the top 100 positions within the past seven years.

This infamous list is a measurement and acknowledgement of excellence within the work place. The Sunday Times Best Small Companies list is compiled on an annual basis, via thousands of applicants across a large section of UK industries. The responses from these surveys are collated and combined to produce an overall engagement score for each organisation. Only the organisations with the highest level of overall employee engagement qualify for the 100 Best Small Companies to Work for list in 2017. The top 100 companies are then invited to the Battersea Evolution, where they are presented with the position on the night.

Established in 1993, PSL have an operational team of more than 60, equating to over 1,000 years of experience within the hospitality industry. Their success has been based on forming lasting relationships with their clients, as well as more than 150 accredited suppliers who help to ensure they continually supply the highest quality standards of food whilst controlling costs and increasing profits and margin. Their clients, suppliers and staff members are the three key partners which form one formidable team, whereby success only occurs when all three stakeholders benefit.

PSL understand that without their staff members, they don’t have a profitable business model. That is why they encourage the wellbeing of their staff with company days, welfare allowance and even training allowances.

“PSL’s ongoing success is solely down to its people. The engagement our employees have with one another and with our clients and our suppliers, is inspiring. As a result, PSL is committed to continually review our employee engagement levels in order that we remain a good employer and a fun and friendly place to work.” – Daniel Wilson, Managing Director

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