One hundred employees from across the James Hall group of companies have had their achievements recognised.
The James Hall Achievement Awards saw staff from a wide range of departments, including accounts, facilities, health & safety, HR, manufacturing, marketing, retail, transport, trading, and warehouse receive accolades.
They were joined by colleagues from Fazila Foods, G.A.P Convenience Distribution, Clayton Park Bakery, and Alston Dairy, who were also having their achievements honoured.
Many of those who were recognised at the ceremony were apprenticeship achievers – James Hall & Co now offers opportunities for members of staff to develop their careers through apprenticeship qualifications from Level 2 all the way up to Level 8.
This year, James Hall & Co passed through the £1 million mark spent on developing staff through apprenticeships since the Apprenticeship Levy was introduced in 2017.
Other qualifications recognised at the ceremony included NEBOSH. Jayne Morgan, who was recently appointed the company’s health & safety director, was recognised for achieving her NEBOSH Diploma, gaining the highest mark nationally this year in passing the qualification.
Emma Rowles, learning & development manager at James Hall & Co, said: “I would like to congratulate all of our achievers and I was delighted to see such a breadth of variety to the departments represented at the ceremony and the range of qualifications that were being achieved.
“The knowledge, skills and behaviours that have been developed through the qualifications will enable James Hall & Co to continue progressing and moving forward as a business.”Published Date: October 13, 2023