NCC is one of The Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Companies

25 March 2019

The NCC is delighted to announce that it was placed 80th in The Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations list. This list spotlights the 100 companies in its ‘Not for Profit’ category with the highest Best Companies Index scores.

Organisations in this list must employ at least 50 employees, achieve one of the highest 100 highest BCI scores in the category and be either a charity, an organisation set up for community benefit, a public sector organisation, a Community Interest Company (CIC) or Listed on Companies House as: Private, Limited by Guarantee, No Share Capital or Incorporated by Royal Charter.

The full list can be found here

The NCC has also been placed as one of the Top 75 companies in the South West.

We think this is a fantastic result and one that we can continue to build on by progressing the improvement topics.

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COVID-19 update

Following the Prime Minister’s Briefing on Monday 23 March where he gave clear guidance for the nation to stay at home, and in line with University of Bristol action to close down all of its buildings, the NCC has taken the decision to close both the NCC HQ and NCC Filton centres until further notice, effective from 24 March 2020. 

The vast majority of NCC staff have already been working from home, successfully holding digital meetings with our members, customers and other partners and will continue to do so. You can still get in touch with us through your usual contacts via email and phone, or please email info@nccuk.com. We are in touch with our customers to discuss arrangements for our current projects.

Thank you for your understanding and patience. We will continue to update our website and social media channels to keep you informed.