Skyscanner has been named one of the Sunday Times

first_imgSkyscanner has been named one of the Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies to Work securing 86th place.Skyscanner were one of just two Scottish companies and one of just three businesses in the travel sector to make the grade.The awards list the top 100 small companies in the UK according to their performance in eight key indicators: staff engagement, leadership, relationship with management, personal growth, wellbeing, teamwork, corporate responsibility, job engagement and fair treatment of staff.Skyscanner offers excellent career development opportunities in an innovative and free-thinking environment and prides itself on being a non-corporate, creative, diverse and respectful workplace. Chief Executive Gareth Williams commented:“We are delighted to have been recognised in the top 100 list and it’s a true indicator of the team at Skyscanner pulling together to create a productive and enjoyable working environment.“We’re extremely lucky to have received this accolade given we have grown so rapidly in the last year. It really just shows how much we truly value the people we work with.”Skyscanner is currently recruiting exceptional individuals for a variety of roles including market development executives for Turkey, India, Poland, Australia, Brazil, Netherlands, Ukraine and Taiwan and technology roles ranging from Database Developer-Operations to Web Scrapers.Want to work for one of the best 100 companies in the UK?Visit www.skyscanner.net/jobs for a list of the latest opportunities.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedSkyscanner is a great place to work: it’s official!Skyscanner scoops string of honours in UK’s biggest employer awards.Skyscanner AwardsSkyscanner have won or been shortlisted for numerous awards. Here are our most recent wins:Skyscanner: officially a great place to workWe’ve been awarded another great place to work award. So what makes us different?last_img read more

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Feds Award States ACA Innovation Grants

first_img Virginia has won a $2.6 million grant to develop a state health innovation plan that will focus on disease prevention, mental health care and reducing tobacco use and obesity. The one-year grant from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is the first that Virginia has received from a federal program to foster innovative approaches to delivering health care. (Martz, 12/16) Connecticut will receive $45 million in federal funds for an effort to redesign the state’s health care payment and delivery systems. The funding, announced Tuesday, is part of $620 million awarded to 11 states under the Affordable Care Act, the federal health law commonly known as Obamacare. (Levin Becker, 12/16) Feds Award States ACA ‘Innovation’ Grants News outlets report on these Affordable Care Act grants, which are part of $620 million in funding provided to 11 states. The Denver Post: Colorado To Receive $65M Mental Health Grant This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.center_img Colorado will receive $65 million of federal funds to help bring mental health treatment into primary-care doctors’ offices, part of a plan to make sure more Coloradans receive mental health treatment when they need it. Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday announced the grant, designed to reward state innovation, after months of work by a team of experts examining ways to improve coordination between mental health care and other medical care. Colorado will spend the money during the next four years. (Brown, 12/16) Connecticut Mirror: CT Gets $45 Million For Health Care System Redesign Richmond Times-Dispatch: Virginia Receives First Federal Grant For Health Care Innovation last_img read more

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