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Dishoom ‘humbled’ as it beats all other restaurant operators to employer accolade

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Dishoom said it is “humbled and delighted” to find itself on a highly valued list of the 50 best places to work in the UK.

The Bombay-inspired chain is a new entry at number 12 on the list from jobs website Glassdoor, which is produced as part of its Employees’ Choice Awards initiative.

Dishoom is one of only two restaurant companies on the list – the other being Nando’s at number 34.

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19 of the top 50 are technology firms, including Adobe, Microsoft and Google, while five finance companies and four consultancies also feature.

This list has been released in one of the most challenging times for the hospitality sector. According to the Office for National Statistics, hospitality businesses are more than twice as likely as other industries to be experiencing challenges in filling vacancies compared with normal expectations.

Dishoom said the award made it “more driven than ever to shout about hospitality as a truly awesome career path”.

Glassdoor’s 50 best places to work

  1. ServiceNow
  2. AND Digital
  3. Salesforce
  4. Immediate Media Company
  5. Abcam
  6. McKinsey & Company
  7. Adobe
  8. VMware
  9. Arm
  10. Meta (Facebook)
  11. Hitachi Capital (UK)
  12. Dishoom
  13. Microsoft
  14. Mastercard
  15. Dell Technologies
  16. Zurich Insurance
  17. Awin
  18. Google
  19. SAP
  20. Wise
  21. Ocado Technology
  22. Boston Consulting Group
  23. Apple
  24. Diageo
  25. The Gym Group
  26. Oliver Bonas
  27. Octopus Energy
  28. Arcadis
  29. Sky Betting and Gaming
  30. Barratt Developments
  31. Softcat
  32. Cisco Systems
  33. Sage
  34. Nando’s UK & Ireland
  35. Trailfinders
  36. Schuh Limited
  37. The Lego Group
  38. Kainos
  39. Johnson & Johnson
  40. Fidelity International
  41. S&P Global
  42. Ford Motor Company
  43. com
  44. Procter & Gamble
  45. Marriott International
  46. Capgemini Invent
  47. Mars
  48. Mott MacDonald
  49. O2
  50. MBDA

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