Office Space in Town (OSiT), London's leading serviced and flexible workspace provider, has been recognised in the prestigious The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023 in the Small Organisation category.

OSiTwas specifically praised for recently rewarding all members of staff with pay rises, indicative of the company's mantra: "If we look after our staff, our staff look after our clients." The Sunday Times also highlighted the extensive benefits OSiT offers to its team members, including training courses spanning academia to life skills, private health care and monthly social events. Team members are also able to access the onsite gyms, gaming rooms and reflections spaces OSiT residents enjoy across their portfolio of buildings.

With companies recognised in the overall list including OVO Energy, FatFace and PizzaExpress, this puts OSIT in excellent company as it looks to respond to growing demand for flexible office space across London and grow its team to reach a £1 billion valuation in the next few years.

OSiT's vision for serviced office space incorporates a ‘work hub' model. This means a focus on making the office a more attractive and fun place for employees, fostering greater collaboration and career development through increased face-to-face contact. Its uniquely designed themed meeting rooms are accompanied by gyms, bars, rooftops, arcade machines and even hotel rooms. This ethos is reflected in how OSiT works internally too, with personal and career development at the core of staff benefits.

The firm's values around progression, development and support have been major drivers behind the development of its innovative ESG strategy last year. The strategy reflects the company's longstanding passions around sustainability, social diversity and inclusion and governance, as well as its ambitions to reach net zero and further enhance commitment to its ESG principles - commitments the wider OSiT team help to shape, foster and enjoy. This approach has paid dividends when it comes to staff as ESG standards are increasingly cited as important by recruitment candidates.

Georgia Sandom, Operations & ESG Director at OSiT, commented: "Receiving this award from The Sunday Times validates all the hard work we have put in to make OSiT the brilliant place to work it is today. Although we have been recognised in this prestigious list, there is still always more to be done and we have some fantastic ideas in the pipeline for the future."

Simon Eastlake, Managing Director at OSiT, commented: "We are delighted to have been included in The Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023 and be recognised on such a high-profile stage. As a family-run company set up by siblings Giles and Niki Fuchs, we have ensured an ethos of family and support is present across the entire business. We truly believe that treating employees right is the first step to success and acting on this belief has served us very well so far.

"Implementing these methods has built great loyalty amongst our workforce, with several employees staying with us from the reception desk to General Manager positions. This award gives us confirmation of our proficiency in this area and also motivation to continue to strive for an excellent culture."