CMI named 68th in Sunday Times top 100 NFPs to work for

CMI joins ranks of the UK’s leading not-for-profit organisations to work for in UK-wide Best Companies survey.

The Chartered Management Institute has been named among the top 100 UK not-for-profit organisations to work for, claiming the 68th spot and a one-star rating in its first year of applying.

The result was based on a staff survey rating the organisation in categories including Leadership; My Company; My Manager; and My Team. CMI was ranked overall 20th in the Leadership category.

The Sunday Times Best Companies survey is the UK’s benchmark for rating and celebrating the very best employers to work for.

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About CMI

The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) is the only chartered professional body for management and leaderships, dedicated to improving managers’ skills and growing the number of qualified managers.

Our professional management qualifications span GCSE to PhD equivalents, including the unique Chartered Manager award, which increases earning potential and improves workplace performance.

CMI has led the way in developing a suite of trailblazing management apprenticeships with a 40-strong group of employers. These start from Level 3 (operations manager) and Level 5 (team leader) through to Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship. A Master’s degree-level apprenticeship is in development, giving employers the option to upskill managers of all levels. CMI is a Skills Funding Agency-registered apprentice assessment organisation.

We provide employers and individual managers with access to the latest management thinking and with practical online support that helps them to embrace change, create high-performing teams and keep ahead of the curve.

With a member community of more than 140,000 managers and leaders, we promote high standards of ethical practice through our Professional Code of Conduct, and help managers to build their expertise through online networks, regional events and mentoring opportunities.