Now in its 32nd year, the Britain’s Most Admired Companies study is back in field from July. Based on peer and analyst review, the study compiles data from over 250 of Britain’s largest companies across 27 industry sectors, against 13 criteria to measure corporate reputation. The findings will be published in December by Management Today.
All listed C-suite directors are invited to participate, alongside sector-specific financial analysts. If you are not in it and feel you qualify as a FTSE 250 leader, please let us know by contacting us.
Remaining one of the most respected and long-standing measurements of company reputation it continues to evolve. This year we’ll be diving deeper on things ESG, asking how important these criteria are to businesses’ success and taking a moment to think about what we have learned from the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic – how are we ‘building back better’?
Long-standing sector “Oil, Gas & Mining” has been split into two: “Oil & Gas” and “Metals & Mining”, to allow for greater coverage of the top companies within these categories. Of the criteria rated, Community & environmental responsibility will change to Effective environmental, social and governance (ESG). And Commitment to diversity & inclusion to Commitment to diversity, equity & inclusion.