Churchill is delighted to announce it has passed a recent Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) audit with the highest mark available – a 5 Star Rating!
Churchill’s compliance software, Cati, has recently been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious i-FM Technology in FM Awards.
November 5th marks the beginning of Living Wage Week 2018, where new rates are calculated to give UK workers “a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work”. The London living wage currently stands at £10.20 an hour and £8.75 for all other parts of the UK. The national minimum wage for 2018/2019 is £7.83 an hour.
A stalwart of the UK’s TV schedule, DIY SOS’s recent instalment didn’t follow its typical recipe of home improvements. Instead, Nick Knowles and the team joined forces with construction experts to create a new home for Dale Youth Boxing Club – a community gym that was destroyed in the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in June of last year.
Churchill has ranked 190th in this year’s Grant Thornton Top Track 250 – a leap of 25 places up from last year. The results were revealed in the Business section of The Sunday Times yesterday.
Following a competitive tender process, Churchill has been awarded a multi-service contract by Meadowhall Shopping Centre in Sheffield. The new contract sees Churchill providing FM services including cleaning, security and building maintenance projects to the 8th largest shopping centre in the UK.
Amulet, the specialist intelligence-led security division of Churchill Services Group, has been chosen by Gazprom Marketing and Trading as its preferred security provider.
In line with recent legislation, Churchill shared its gender pay gap data with the government earlier this year. The Government Equalities Office’s guidelines stipulate that the mean and median figures for factors such as differences in hourly pay for men and women, in addition to the proportion receiving a bonus, are shared publicly. The legislation only applies to organisations that employ 250 employees or more.