More Workplace and Employment Awards news

Accountancy firm lands inaugural WEA Employer of the Year award

Gary McDonald
INDEPENDENT Ireland-based accountancy practice PKF-FPM made history on Thursday night when it was named as the inaugural winner of the overall Employer of the Year honour at the 13th Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards in Titanic Belfast.

People the ‘glue’ of growth for KPMG

Gail Bell
AS a business advisory firm, KPMG’s people sit at the heart of everything it does, so it is fitting the company is a business partner to the Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards, 2019.

Diversity makes good business sense

DIVERSITY and inclusion should be a board level issue for Northern Ireland companies, not just something that is paid lip service in HR handbooks, according to the head of employment at leading Belfast law firm Carson McDowell.

An orchestral focus on wellbeing . . .

THE Ulster Orchestra is delighted to be the new ‘wellbeing’ partner for the 2019 Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards - in the year the award-winning ensemble celebrates its 53rd season.

Action on health 'is sound business sense'

FOR the second year running the Public Health Agency (PHA) is a key business partner in the Workplace Wellbeing category in the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards.

WEA entrants set on the 'write' track at breakfast workshop

Gary McDonald Business Editor
COMPANIES and organisations intending to submit an entry to this year's Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards by the May 3 deadline have taken part in a special 'How to Write a Winning Entry' workshop hosted at KPMG's Belfast headquarters.

We bring out the best in people

THE ethos within Progressive Building Society is to encourage a working environment which brings out the best in people, making it a natural fit for the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards.

Henderson Group continues to invest in talent

Gail Bell
HENDERSON Group, which is returning this year as one of the business partners in the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, positively exemplifies this year’s theme of Talent Equals Success.

Free 'Writing a Winning Application' workshop will help guide WEA entrants

Gary McDonald Business Editor
IS your business, school or organisation intending to be among the hundred-plus who'll be entering the 13th running of the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards? Do you need some guidance on how to complete an entry that will wow the judging panel (which will again by chaired by NI Chamber of Commerce immediate past president Ellvena Graham)? In an innovative addition to this year's initiative, the Irish News has introduced a free 'Writing a Winning Application' workshop, which takes place on Wednesday March 27 (8am-9am) at the Belfast headquarters of KPMG in the Soloist Building, Lanyon Place.