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Lancaster Insurance Celebrates Being Part of 4th ‘Best Big Company to Work For’ in UK

Lancaster Insurance, part of Markerstudy Group of Companies, is on cloud nine following its fifth year of success at The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For Awards with the Group achieving an incredible 4th position. Stampeding into the Best Big Company ‘Top 30’ category for the first year, the Group beat off fierce competition from top brands, AXA, Halfords and Merlin Entertainments Group to be crowned a ‘Best Company to Work For’ in UK.

Following a glittering awards ceremony at Battersea Evolution on Thursday 23rd February, the Group placed at a triumphant 4th with ‘Extraordinary’ status, three stars (the highest) and glowing statistics to match.

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Lancaster Insurance has been arranging classic car insurance for over thirty years and was acquired by Markerstudy Group of Companies in 2013. Last year the classic car insurance specialist widened a number of its schemes to include a wider range of marques and also embarked on its first ever restoration, a 1969 Morris Mini Super Deluxe, which raised an incredible £12,938 for Prostate Cancer UK at auction.

Richard Morley, Operations Director for Retail: “We’re proud to be part of Markerstudy Group of Companies and this accolade is a true testament to our tireless commitment to our employees and our industry. Here at Lancaster, we passionate about maintaining our strong sense of fun, and rewarding and recognising our staff in equal measure. It’s a brilliant place to work and it’s heartening to see this recognised by Best Companies and all of our loyal staff.”

 

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