We’re delighted to have been recognised by the Sunday Times as one of the 100 best companies to work for!

As part of Cello Health, Breaking Blue has been recognised as one of the best companies to work for in the UK by the Sunday Times at the annual awards which showcase the best of employee engagement across the private sector. Cello
Health are the only healthcare consultancy included in the top 100 list.

Jane Shirley, CEO Cello Health Europe said, “We’re thrilled to have been included in the Best Companies to work for list. This reflects the priority that we’ve given to listening to our employees and understanding how we can continue to foster a collaborative spirit and create an environment where we can be bold in our thinking and approach for our clients. A critical part of gaining this recognition is an in-depth survey completed by employees and we’re delighted that so many at Cello Health not only took the time to complete the survey but were so positive in their feedback. Ensuring that we remain a great place to work and building on the progress we’ve made so far will continue to be a key focus for all of us here.”

The awards organisers, Best Companies, highlighted the training and development available to employees, the positive and open communication from managers and regular events to bring teams together as just a few of the ways Cello Health has become one of the best companies to work for in 2019.

The Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to Work For is one of the most prestigious employer-related schemes in the UK, recognising the best small, mid-size and large employers.