Five Guys was the only food and drink operator listed on The Sunday Times Top 25 Big Companies list, coming in at number 21.
With a Best Companies Index (BCI) score of 662.5, the brand was recognised for its employee benefits, its opportunity offerings, and most of all its strong leadership, as 77% of employees agreed the company is run on strong values and principles.
A second business funded by Sir Charles Dunstone, Mod Pizza, came in at number 18 on the Top 100 Mid Companies list.
Mod achieved a BCI score of 761.4, 91% of its staff agreed the brand is run on strong values and highlighted their satisfaction with its ‘team banks’ activity funding initiative. 86% agreed their experience at the company would be valuable to their future.
Dishoom came in number 20 on the Top 100 Mid list, credited for its supportive non-work related training, and Oakman Inns were at number 27 with its potential general managers fast-track program mentioned as a valuable company initiative.
The New World Trading Company came in at 30, Flat Iron at 38 and Hawksmoor at 46, the only company to make the list nine years in a row.
The Coaching Inn Group was 44th, Rick Stein Group was 55th, and Mission Mars, the operator of Albert’s Schloss and Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza, was 73rd. Buzzworks Holdings was 98th.
Dustone-backed businesses top Sunday Times lists
Five Guys was the only food and drink operator listed on The Sunday Times Top 25 Big Companies list announced today, coming in at number 21. A a second business backed by Sir Charles Dunstone, Mod Pizza, was top placed at number 18 on the Top 100 Mid Companies list. Also ranked were Dishoom (20), Oakman Inns (27), New World Trading Company (30), Flat Iron (38) Hawksmoor (46), Coaching Inn Group (55), Mission Mars (73) and Buzzworks (98).