Building Firm Commended For Innovation

A Co Tyrone concrete and brick manufacturer has been commended for its "innovative" approach it takes in managing talent within the company.

Presented with two 'highly commended' awards at the recent Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards in Belfast recently, Acheson & Glover, along with other high profile organisations, was congratulated by NI Employment & Learning Minister Sir Reg Empey for its success in placing a firm emphasis on individuals and its positive contribution to the NI workplace.
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Acheson & Glover won its first accolade in the Managing Talent Award, (medium/large organisation category) given to organisations demonstrating an innovative and effective approach to managing fresh and experienced talent.

The company was also highly commended in the Innovative Employer of the Year category (medium/large organisation) aimed at organisations able to demonstrate innovative approaches to meeting the needs of tomorrow’s workforce within their organisation, at a time when the current economic climate, despite emerging from recession, continues to bring considerable new challenges.

"We were delighted to get recognition in these awards," said Acheson & Glover’s HR Manager Ashleigh Acton.

"Acheson & Glover is a family business with 50 years experience and staff training and development has always been at the core of our operation."


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