Tuesday, March 06, 2018
Worldpay is pleased to announce it has ranked 14th in the Sunday Times’ Best 25 Big Companies to Work For list.
On Sunday, the publication issued its 18th annual edition, ranking companies based on the views of their employees.
Colleagues across nine UK sites believed they could make a valuable contribution to Worldpay’s success, scoring the company 82% positive. They also voted Worldpay number one when it comes to work-life balance (65%), citing benefits such as a service which can arrange free or subsidised emergency care for dependents and access to practical advice on handling change, time management and coping with bereavement. Colleagues also considered their jobs at Worldpay to be good for their personal development (72%) and many valued their employer’s progressive approach to encouraging social, health and cultural initiatives, including free neck and back massages, along with subsidised gym memberships.
Everyone at Worldpay can spend a day of work time volunteering for good causes. For example, colleagues in Manchester spent a busy day last year decorating, clearing leaves and washing decking at Salford Women's Aid, a charity helping those affected by domestic abuse. Colleagues agreed teammates go out of their way to help them (79%), and they also praised managers for being good listeners (70%, both ranking fourth).
Kim Martin, Chief Human Resources Officer, Worldpay, Inc. commented: “We are delighted with our top position on the Sunday Times Best Big Companies list which is a true testament to our dynamic and inclusive culture here at Worldpay. We care about supporting our colleagues to achieve great things.”
About Worldpay, Inc.
Worldpay, Inc. (NYSE: WP; LSE: WPY) is a leading payments provider with unique capability to power global integrated omni-commerce, any payment, anywhere. With industry-leading scale and an unmatched integrated technology platform, Worldpay offers clients a comprehensive suite of products and services globally, delivered through a single provider.
Annually, Worldpay processes over 40 billion transactions through more than 300 payment types across 146 countries and 126 currencies. The company’s growth strategy includes expanding into high-growth markets, verticals and customer segments, including global eCommerce, Integrated Payments and B2B.
Worldpay, Inc. was formed in 2018 through the combination of the No. 1 merchant acquirers in the U.S. and the U.K., Vantiv, Inc. and Worldpay Group plc. Worldpay, Inc. trades on the NYSE as “WP” and the London Stock Exchange as “WPY.”
Visit us at www.worldpay.com