Catalyst has been shortlisted in both the ‘Brand, Purpose and Values’ and ‘Best Not-For-Profit Organisation for Business Culture’ categories at the Business Culture Awards.
The shortlisting recognises our commitment and achievements in making Catalyst a great place to work and a great organisation to do business with.
Our award entry detailed the creation of a new cultural identity following a merger with housing association Aldwyck in 2019 alongside a new purpose for the organisation; Homes People Love.
We subsequently launched our new vision and values after consultation with colleagues, incorporating feedback from employees across the business.
Catalyst has been listed in the top 50 of The Sunday Times 100 best not-for-profit organisations to work for, and our ongoing commitment to customer experience, colleague engagement and living our values is reflected in our brand identity.
We also recently announced we would be repaying government furlough money claimed over lockdown, doing our bit as good corporate citizens.
Catalyst is a true ‘people’ business and committed to our social responsibility of providing Homes People Love, with respect, trust, accountability and most importantly kindness.
Winners will be announced at a virtual event on 25 November.
For more information, visit the Business Culture Awards website.