Statkraft recognised as a ‘Great Place to Work’ for second year running
The results of the survey found that 88% of Statkraft’s UK colleagues describe the organisation as a great place of work, up from 85% during 2022
Statkraft UK has been recertified as a Great Place to Work for a second year, following an independently conducted survey completed by employees based across the country. The results showed a significant improvement, including increased confidence in Statkraft’s management team, honesty, recognition, and ethical business practices.
The results of the survey found that 88% of Statkraft’s UK colleagues describe the organisation as a great place of work, up from 85% during 2022. More than 90% of respondents said they were proud to tell others they worked at Statkraft, with almost 80% of staff describing their role as ‘not just a job’.
The survey also saw 89% of new starters saying they were made to feel welcome when they joined the business. The UK team has seen significant growth in the last 12 months, with more than 300 employees now working for Statkraft, across offices in London, Glasgow, Cardiff, and Rheidol, near Aberystwyth. Plans are progressing to open a fourth office in Shetland during 2024, to support Statkraft’s growing pipeline of projects there.
Read more about the latest survey here.
Kevin O’Donovan, Statkraft’s UK Managing Director said: “We’re delighted to have achieved Great Place to Work status once again, with our results showing progress across the board. Our people are at the core of what we’re trying to do as an organisation, which is developing and constructing the renewable projects and market conditions that will help decarbonise the UK’s electricity system.
“I’m incredibly proud that they feel valued and rewarded for their achievements. We’re committed to playing a leading role in the UK’s energy transition, which would not be possible without the fantastic team delivering innovative services and projects for the benefit of consumers and businesses across the country.”