Over 800 companies entered, for an award that is based on a random survey of their employees, asking questions about job satisfaction, rewards, personal development, working environment and leadership.
Geoffrey Page-Morris, group operations director of Sytner Group, collected the award at a dinner hosted by the Sunday Times and said: “For everyone in the company, it is a real honour to be recognised in this way and to be benchmarked against other blue chip UK businesses.
"We have won this prestigious award because we have the best team. We have committed over a number of years to be the Best Company to Work For and have a developed an open and honest culture in which all our employees can thrive and progress.
"We always endeavour to recruit the best people and then retain them through investment in training, facilities and management development. By doing this we are able to deliver outstanding service to our customers."
Geoffrey Page-Morris, group operations director of Sytner Group (right) collecting the award from Glenn Dimelow, director of Best Companies (left).