Awards & Recognitions
For us, the greatest reward is having customers come back time and time again. But it’s always a pleasure when M&S is acknowledged by industry and further afield. Best of all, it means true recognition of the effort our people make day in, day out. Our thanks and congratulations to all of them.
Supermarket of the Year 2017
This is one of the most coveted awards in our industry, and M&S won because of the dedication and passion of our people. It’s testimony that both hard work and teamwork bring accolades.
Best Career Site 2017
From the WhatsApp function to great stories and questions, the judges liked how we’d thought about the whole journey and always keep each part of the site up to date.
The Prince’s Trust Corporate Employee Awards
Breaking Barriers Award 2016
We were delighted to be given this award by The Prince’s Trust judging panel. It’s an organisation that’s close to our hearts.
Employability Award 2014
The judges liked how our scheme showed top-down commitment to tackle youth unemployment, and that young people are instrumental in designing and evolving it. It’s delivered tangible results.
Business Charity Awards
Employment Scheme 2014
We partnered with The Prince’s Trust to address youth employment by creating a bank of job-ready candidates. Some 867 participants were given contracts with M&S and others received mentoring.
Mayors Fund Trust for London
Work Experience Provider of the Year 2014
The judges felt our employees went above and beyond to deliver a four-week training and work-experience programme that actively addresses the skills gap faced by young Londoners, including real-life work experience, communication skills and employability skills.
Parents & Teachers
Parents & Teachers
We all want the young people we know to get on in life. So we all know how important it is to make the right choice of career. But that's often easier said than done - these days, there is a multitude of options out there.
What's right for one child might be totally wrong for another of the same age. So it's vital that young people are treated as individuals. What level of education have they reached? What's their capacity for future learning? What are they good at? What are they interested in? Where do they see themselves going?
And when these questions arise, you, and they need information - lots of information - to pinpoint the best career option.
M&S might be that option, it might not. But we thought it would be useful to give you an overview of what we can offer young people.