Coming in at number 28, the engineering consultancy firm jumped 13 places in the Sunday Times Top 100 companies to work for.
This is the fifth year Curtins has been recognised in the list, seen as one of the most prestigious compilations of businesses in the UK from across all industries in medium and large size categories.
The list recognises businesses that go above and beyond to engage with their staff and provide an employee experience that has them at the centre.
From company holiday lodges available to all staff to use free of charge, to birthday holidays, to a comprehensive learning and development programme to mental health first aiders in each offices, Curtins has proved once again that it is among the best places to work.
CEO Rob Melling said: “I am just as proud today as I was when we first entered the list in 2015. This is an incredible achievement and one we should each share in at Curtins. Employee engagement is not something that is ever done, you don’t ‘tick the box’. It is constantly evolving, and I am committed to continuing the work in maintaining the unique culture at Curtins, where each employee matters.”