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Webhelp Says Thank You To Gurgaon Colleagues

25th October 2016

Leading global customer experience and business process outsourcer, Webhelp, has spent a day saying thank you to the 35,000 colleagues around the world who have contributed to the business’ success this year.


The Advisors’ Day was celebrated across all sites in the 26 countries in which Webhelp operates, and the theme chosen this year was Hawaiian.


Senior management, many of them in Hawaiian garb, handed out sweets, drinks, fruit platters and flower garlands, in a light hearted thank you to all the team members for their excellent work over the year.


Colleagues were also encouraged to recognise each other for incidents that had inspired them in their daily work.


David Turner, CEO of Webhelp UK, said: “Webhelp is a business that is all about people and we are lucky enough to have a fantastic team here. I most sincerely want to thank them for all their hard work this year.


“Our Advisors’ Day is a bit of light hearted fun when our senior management team takes a day out to visit the sites and ensure we say thank you in person to our teams. It is very important to us that our colleagues feel appreciated for the work they do and that they have the opportunity to feedback any comments about their working environment. By creating an informal atmosphere we hope it makes it easier for colleagues to talk to us about any issues they may have, while at the same time hopefully ensuring everyone has some fun.”



Picture caption: The Webhelp team in Gurgaon getting into the Hawaiian spirit at Webhelp’s Advisors’ Day.





Press information:

Heather Astbury, head of PR at Webhelp, on +44(0)7825 593242




Article by: Heather Astbury

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