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Employee Satisfaction Survey


Our people are Synergy’s greatest asset. Our investment in them and their wellbeing are at the forefront of everything we do.


Synergy has long been committed to a policy of equal opportunity and of encouraging diversity among its workforce. It takes pro-active steps to ensure that current and potential employees do not suffer discrimination whether on grounds of gender, age, member travelling community, disability, race, religion, ethnic origin or sexual orientation. We believe that a diversified workforce is a stronger one. All office based staff and site managers have to undergo a training day to learn about managing diversity and to understand their role and responsibilities in that process.


Each year, every new employee undertakes a comprehensive induction and training programme. Other training programmes are run constantly throughout the year on a huge range of topics to equip our people fully for the tasks that they will undertake, to improve their health and safety at work and to enable them to do a better job for our customers.

Health and Safety

Health and Safety is an integral part of everything we do. Our focus on this has led to a number of external accreditations for the quality of our management systems and last year our business received a Platinum Award from our Industry Association. Health and Safety training takes place at all levels throughout the business, including directors and senior management who regularly attend courses.


By communicating with our employees and involving them in feedback, the company will help employees realise their aspirations, strengthen company performance and secure the long-time success of the business. The company is committed to implementing the Internal Communications Strategy, the principle aims of which are to:

  • Increase employee awareness of our strategy, plans, brands and activities.
  • Develop an integrated and co-ordinated approach to Internal Communication.
  • Encourage cross-functional employee contact.
  • Create mechanisms for the two-way flow of information for all employees. The sharing of information creates continuous product improvement, which inspires confidence and loyalty.
  • Enable our employees to contribute on issues, which affect them directly.
  • Enable our employees to input into matters where their experience allows them to make a value contribution.
  • Educate our employees in the skills and benefits of communications.
  • To continue to develop our website as a major communications and information tool for our organisation.

Where possible, communication will be face to face, as we have established that this is the most effective way of communication in our organisation.

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