A host of IT resellers and consultancy firms have been ranked among the best UK places to work.
Softcat was ranked fifth in Great Place To Work's best workplaces for companies with over 1,000 employees.
CEO Graeme Watt is quoted in the report as saying: "We care passionately about our colleagues, and put them first by promoting a positive and inclusive environment in which our people thrive."
Elsewhere in this category CGI was placed 24th and Accenture was at 25.
Two vendors - Cisco and Salesforce - were ranked first and second respectively.
Meanwhile, Insight was ranked 20th in the 251-1000 employees category.
UK boss Emma de Sousa, who will take on a European role next year, said on LinkedIn:
"I am thrilled to announce that Insight UK has been awarded one of [Great Place To Work's] Best Workplaces.
"[This was] our first entry into this category and wonderful recognition of our collaborative culture at Insight.
"Our people are the core of what we do and the key to our success. Understanding the perspective of our employees is crucial to building a successful workplace."
Cisco Gold partner Natilik was ranked second place in the category for medium-sized business (51-250 employees) for the second year in a row.
Kelly White, chief people officer at Natilik said: "This amazing achievement is a reflection on the dedication, talent and passion our people demonstrate daily.
"Natilik's success can be attributed to the great work our people do every day and during these challenging times, they continue to show strength, solidarity and humour.
"We are incredibly proud that our people and culture have once again been recognised."
Derby-based managed service provider Node4 was placed 64th in the same category.
Digital event will take place in July
'I've never seen buy-in like this on any project' - the IT solution providers making a difference amid COVID-19
Resellers and MSPs are lending their expertise and resources to some groundbreaking projects during the pandemic. CRN catches up with two of them in this Zoom In special
Firm to leave current base after nearly 20 years
Zoom In: 'It's heads or tails' - Logicalis UK MD on projects accelerating and stalling in the COVID-19 world
Alex Louth says Logicalis' revival plan remains on track, albeit rearranged slightly
Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor confirms to CRN that it has asked non-US staff to take two weeks' unpaid leave
Over six million employees from 800,000 companies currently on furlough, according to HMRC
Global SVP to be replaced by current vice president Joel Chimoindes