Best Places To Work In Property 2016

Our search for the best employers in property

The findings, which will be published in October, will cover everything from pay and benefits to working environment and diversity and will, we hope, showcase what a great industry property is... but you’ve got to be in it to win it.


Key dates for the Diary

20 May

Deadline extended to 10 June

Registration deadline. Confirmation of registration will be emailed to the primary contact within 24 hours.

17 June

A web link for the BCG Employer Questionnaire will be sent to the contact at each of the registered companies.

1 July

Completed Employer Questionnaires are due.

8 July

Online Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Surveys are sent via e-mail.

22 July

Deadline for all employee surveys.

18 August

Notification letters sent to participants.


Employee Feedback Reports are sent to the participants who ordered them.


Best Places to Work in Property special report will be published in Property Week.


To be eligible for consideration, companies must:

  • Have a minimum of 15 employees working in the UK;
  • Work in the property industry;
  • Be a publicly or privately held business;
  • Have a base in the UK; and
  • Have been in business for a minimum of one year.

Organisations with 15-24 employees must have an 80% or better response rate on the employee survey. Temporary or seasonal workers, contractors, consultants, interns and volunteers are not counted as employees or included in the survey. To ensure the survey covers as many different types of organisation as possible, companies with wider functions may enter, but only for the part of the business that works directly in or with the property industry. For instance, a bank can enter on behalf of its real estate finance division.

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