Lifetime Achievement Award
Five Years Long Service
l to r: Richard Ewing (presenting), Kevin Crisp, Rob Latimer, Joe Morris, Paul Biddulph, Barbara Phythian, Kaj Svendsen, Julian Bromage, Julie Harvey, Lesley Piercy, Jodie Hill, Jenny Begley, Danny Harding, Charlotte Huxtable-Whyte, Imogen Wilson, Clare Branford, Mark Mitchell (presenting), Claire Oxford, Sarah Dobinson, Hannah Macfarlane, Joe Reilly (presenting), Debbie Lloyd.
Ten Years Long Service
l to r: Richard Ewing (presenting), Mike Watts, Alan Ormesher, Nicola Garforth, Joanne Burton, Nathan Crighton, Joe Reilly (presenting)
Fifteen Years Long Service
Davina Wilde, Richard Ewing
Twenty-five Years Long Service
Sarah Stanton, Marketing
Best "Client Facing" Customer Experience
Sarah Lane, Exeter Industrial and Office
Best "Internal" Customer Experience
Jay Peiris, IT
Support Services Team of the Year
The Accounts Team
Student of the Year
Kirstie Webster, Doncaster Industrial
Best Temp Biller 2015
Rob Latimer, Altrincham M&E
Best Perm Biller 2015
Fred Ewing, Altrincham Transportation and Infrastructure
Star of the Year
Helen Doughty, Marketing
Manager of the Year
Charlotte Huxtable-Whyte, Bristol Health
Deal of the Year
Rob Latimer, Jacobs Bacton
The Meridian Cup
Newcastle Under Lyme Industrial
Spirax Sarco Onsite - September
Bristol Clinical Health - September
Top of the Profs & Branch of the Year
Top 10 UK Jobs with the Biggest Pay Increases
With salary being listed as one of the top reasons people change jobs, it might be tempting to look at higher paying roles when conducting your job search. However, it is also important to think about how your pay may increase as your progress throughout your career. In Glassdoor’s latest report they have identified the top 10 jobs where pay has increased the most for employees with up to three years’ experience through to the salaries achieve...
Five Office Christmas Party Blunders to Avoid
The trick to surviving your office Christmas party with your pride/reputation/career intact is to strike the balance between taking part, but not pushing things too far. Below we look at the top five office Christmas party blunders you should avoid. Drinking too much This one should be a no-brainer. Yet without fail at an office party someone always manages to drink one too many and ends up doing something they regret. Make sure you know your ...
Do’s & Don’ts for Getting Along in a Coworking Space
We have all experienced an annoying co-worker; the person who has their phone ringer too loud, leaves used teabags lying around, or is oblivious to how pungent their fish lunch is. Simmering resentment towards these individuals is an inevitable result of spending the day close to them. Whilst it is important to learn how to navigate the behaviours of those you spend your working day with, it is even more important to avoid actually becoming on...
Should Co-workers be Friends on Facebook
Last year there was uproar when a workplace tribunal in Australia ruled that unfriending someone on the social platform is tantamount to workplace bullying. This happened after a colleague unfriended another after an argument and the case ended up at the Fair Work Commission. The verdict shocked many into re-examining their social media practices at work. With more than one billion people active on Facebook it is inevitable that our virtual li...
NMC Revalidation Report Shows Successful September Surge
Over 100,000 nurses and midwives have revalidated since the new process was introduced earlier this year, according to the second quarterly report released by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). September saw the largest number of nurses and midwives due to go through the process in a single month, with more than 51,000 due to revalidate. Though a challenge, the month was a success with 95% of nurses and midwives completing their revalida...