- Frontier blog on healthcare service reconfiguration and competition issues05.12.2013.
- Frontier article in new handbook on energy transition in Germany02.12.2013.
- Better design reduces triggers of violence and aggression in A&E28.11.2013.
- Coalition agreement implies reforms of the German Renewable Energy Act27.11.2013.
- Frontier comments on the design of bidding zones in the EU electricity market22.11.2013.
- Frontier speaks on regulation of the postal industry in Europe 21.11.2013.
- Tate Britain opens newly renovated gallery19.11.2013.
- Janet Wright joins Frontier Economics15.11.2013.
- Bahrain telecoms regulator proposes a partial deregulation of broadband internet11.11.2013.
- OFT clears London pathology joint venture 08.11.2013.
Report ranks Frontier among 20 best workplaces
Frontier (London) has been ranked among the 20 best places to work in the UK, according to a special report released today. The report, which will be published by the FT and the Guardian, draws on the results of the 2011 Best Workplaces survey, organised by the Great Place to Work Institute. The Institute’s Best Workplaces Programme is the world’s largest annual study of workplace excellence and people management practices.
Simon Gaysford, a Director at Frontier, said: “We are delighted to be ranked as one of the best workplaces again, as the competition gets tougher each year. There’s a real appreciation in many businesses now that creating a great workplace is not just a nice to have, but a key element of sustainable success. Having a strong set of values was something we decided on from day one at Frontier and it’s something we have to work at continually, particularly with the growth we’ve experienced. And we’ve never regretted it.”This is the fourth time Frontier has made the top 50. Further details of the Best Workplaces survey and Frontier’s ranking can be found here.