CCA said in a statement that the award recognises top businesses across Australia and New Zealand.
In order to be considered, businesses are put through a stringent auditing process which involves an all-employee engagement survey, People Practices Inventory and interviews with senior management teams.
CCA NZ managing director, Chris Litchfield, is extremely proud of his company’s achievements and is honoured to receive this accreditation once again.
“Scoring the elusive hat trick doesn’t come by accident. It’s through our dedication, staying true to our values and an uncompromising ability to do what’s right by our people, customers and community that has put us into an elite group of organisations,” said Litchfield.
The soft drinks manufacturer gained a score of 82 per cent and the listening as well as acting promptly on staff feedback has catapulted the soft drinks giant to gain the accreditation for the third year in a row.
CCA NZ also received the Rainbow Tick accreditation for a series of endorsements. The Rainbow Tick is an international accreditation, where businesses are formally recognised as LGBTQAI+ friendly.
The soft drinks giant’s portfolio includes well-known brands such as Coca-Cola, L&P, Pump and Kiwi Blue water, Monster, Schweppes, Jim Beam, Deep Spring Naturals, Keri juice and organic fruit juice Most.