Our dedication to providing a supportive, safe and positive working environment for our staff has earned us significant recognition. We are also subscribed to a number of voluntary schemes that provide a framework for outstanding employee care and customer service.
Find out more about our awards, accreditations and affiliations here.
For three years running we are recognised as 'World Class to Work For' by Best Companies, the organisation that ranks the UK's top employers. Based on a detailed assessment and employee feedback, we were awarded the maximum three out of three stars. This is only given to organisations that demonstrate an exceptional level of employee engagement.
In addition to our 'World Class to Work For' status, Tritility has also been recognised as one of the top 10 mid-sized companies to work for in the UK, two years running. According to Best Companies UK, "Tritility's exemplary care of its employees during the pandemic has led to it being hailed an example to other businesses."
In 2021, we were voted one of the top UK consultancies to work for. We ranked even higher in 2022, earning the title of the UK's #1 Best Consultancy to Work For by Best Companies.
We have been ranked one of the top five best employers in the North East in Best Companies' Quarter Three results, and one of the top 10 in the overall 2022 league table.
In Autumn 2023, We were accredited by the Good Business Charter for meeting all ten standards of best business practices.
We won the TELCA Diversity Pioneers In December 2020, and the TELCA Diversity and Wellbeing Award in 2021. This was in recognition of our commitment to social mobility, equality, employee wellbeing and celebrating difference.
Lifting barriers to work is extremely important to us, which is why we have signed up to this voluntary initiative. As part of our involvement in the Disability Confident scheme, we pledge to challenge attitudes towards disability, increase understanding of disability, and ensure that disabled people have the opportunities to fulfil their potential.
We voluntarily subscribe to the TPI Code of Practice, which governs the way we interact with clients and partners. This includes a commitment to transparency, honesty and respect. We will never recommend a product or service that doesn't align with our clients' needs, and if we make a mistake, we'll own up and correct it immediately.
Our employees' mental health matters to us. That's why, in addition to providing Mental Health First Aid and a confidential counselling service, we've also signed up to the NHS Mindful Employer scheme. Mindful employers aim to provide non-judgemental and proactive support to staff, and demonstrate a positive and enabling attitude to all employees and job applicants with a mental health condition.
Providing excellent customer service is vitally important to us. When our clients tell us they’re unhappy with any part of the service we have provided, we do our best to put it right.
We are a member of the Ombudsman Services (membership number C35TRIT01), which gives our clients access to a free, impartial dispute resolution service.
Putting people first is one of our core values, which means paying our employees a fair wage. For this reason, we officially became a Living Wage Employer in September 2019, just eight months after we opened. We were the first Business Energy Consultancy in the region to do so, and remain committed to the initiative.
With over 200 reviews on Trustpilot, we're rated 'excellent', and hold 4.8/5 stars. Feedback is extremely important to us, and we take every review on board. Read our reviews here.
This year we were awarded the Better Health at Work Gold Award, for our many wellbeing initiatives, from exercise days to provision of healthy snacks.
As an official Future Net Zero Solution Partner, we're helping our clients meet their carbon reduction goals. We achieve this via Carbon Accounting tools, advice and expert consultancy. We're also working towards achieving net zero carbon ourselves.
We will act with honesty and integrity at all times. Our written sales materials are accurate and clear, and when we speak to you we’ll be truthful and genuine.
We will always accurately describe who we are, the services we provide and how we’re paid for these services. This will include, upon request, a full breakdown of commissions that will be paid to us for arranging your energy contract(s).
Our relationship with you will be governed by a written letter of authority which outlines what you’ve asked us to do. This may include comparing energy quotes or contacting your current utility suppliers to get information about your energy usage. We’ll only take actions on your behalf for which you’ve explicitly given written consent.
We will treat you with respect and sensitivity. We’ll never exploit a client’s inexperience or use misleading sales tactics. We respect your privacy and will immediately cease contacting you if requested.
We see ourselves as advisers, not salespeople. Our primary goal is to inform and empower you. We’ll never use high-pressure sales techniques or attempt to mislead you. We’ll make sure you fully understand your position and feel totally confident before you make a decision.
We will at all times comply with all relevant legislation, including but not limited to:
We will keep secure digital records of our correspondence, including audio recordings of any verbal utility contract sales. This is to protect all parties in the event of a dispute or request for clarification. You can ask for a copy of these records at any time (please click here for more information).
We recognise that despite our best efforts, things can sometimes go wrong. We set ourselves high standards, and when things fall below those standards, we’ll make it a priority to put things right.
We treat any complaint as a learning opportunity, and will review our processes to reduce the risk of recurrence. Once your complaint has been resolved, we’ll keep you informed of any changes we’ve put in place.
Our complaints procedure is, of course, totally separate to your right (if you are a Microbusiness Customer) to escalate any complaint relating to your energy supply to the Energy Ombudsman.