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Bentley Motors maintains Top Employer Status with professional Development Focus

  • Top Employer Institute names Bentley as a Top Employer for the eighth consecutive year
  • Highlights attention to continuous improvement, talent management and effective learning and development processes
Top Employer Institute names Bentley as a Top Employer for the eighth consecutive year

Bentley Motors has again been named as a Top Employer by the internationally recognised Top Employer Institute who commended the company’s commitment to professional development and nurturing of future talent.

The award is the eighth successive year Bentley has been recognised and is presented at the same time that the company and its 4,000-strong workforce celebrate its centenary.

Commenting on the achievement, Dr. Astrid Fontaine, Member of the Board for People, Digitalisation & IT, said: “Looking into the future, our goal is to plan and enable the skills and work environment we will need to support the next generation of Bentley experts as they lead the way in the delivery of sustainable luxury mobility.”

The annual international research - undertaken by the Top Employers Institute - recognises leading employers around the world which provide excellent working conditions, make every effort to continuously enhance recruitment processes and nurture and develop talent throughout all levels of the business.

Later this month, Bentley Motors will launch its latest recruitment campaign for Apprentices, covering many business areas. The new cohort, starting in autumn 2019 will join the 250 people already on trainee programmes.