Dignity has reached the final of Britain’s Most Admired Companies Awards 2016 and claimed sixth place in the Specialist Retailer section.
Dignity has reached the final of Britain’s Most Admired Companies Awards 2016.
Now in its 26th year, the Awards are presented and promoted by Management Today magazine. The results are compiled from independent academic research by Leeds Business School based on criteria such as Competitiveness, Quality of Goods and Services, Quality of Management, Financial Soundness and Ability to Attract, Develop and Retain Top Talent. Specialist investment analysts provide additional input to these results and then senior managers and executives of Britain’s top companies are asked to assess other leading businesses before a final list of 241 companies is collated.
- Dignity has reached the final of Britain’s Most Admired Companies Awards 2016. Dignity has reached the final of Britain’s Most Admired Companies Awards 2016 and claimed sixth place in the Specialist Retailer section.
- New crematoria represent a good investment The acquisition has now been completed of Craigton Crematorium, Glasgow; Emstrey Crematorium & Cemetery, Shrewsbury; Grenoside Crematorium, Sheffield and Lichfield & District Crematorium in Staffordshire from Co-op Funeralcare.
- Archaeological discoveries at the Exeter & Devon Crematorium A Roman military base has been unearthed at Exeter & Devon Crematorium that possibly dates back as far as 1st Century AD.
- Rebecca abseils 94 meters for The Rowans Hospice Business manager, Rebecca Lambert, from A G Stapleford & Sons Funeral Directors took part in a charity abseil down the Emirates Spinnaker Tower on Sunday 3 July.
- Charity organ proves to be a popular attraction Staff at James Scott Funeral Directors of Musselburgh raised £400 for local charity The Tea Pot Trust at the Musselburgh Riding of the Marches Gala Day event on Wednesday 27 July
- Funeral home's historic ledger features on Channel 4 News One of J H Kenyon's historic funeral ledgers was featured on Channel 4 News earlier this year when Shadow Foreign Secretary, the Rt. Hon. Hilary Benn MP, was interviewed about his uncle, an RAF pilot who was killed in the Second World War. At the time, J H Kenyon conducted his funeral.