Acquisitive VAR Chess Telecom has been named by The Sunday Times as one of the UK's top 100 companies to work for.
The Cheshire-based firm bagged the 66th spot on The Sunday Times' annual rundown of the UK's best places to work after providing evidence of its staff incentives and development programmes.
The company cites its more unusual staff benefits, which include massages, flu jabs and company outings, for its inclusion in this year's list.
David Pollock, chief executive of Chess, said: "The passion and support of our people helps to create not just a great place to work but also a great company to be a customer of."
Andrew Green, head of performance at Chess, added: "To be recognised as one of the Sunday Times top 100 companies demonstrates the commitment of our people to exceeding our customers' expectations."
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