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Leading global customer experience and business process outsourcer, Webhelp, has recognised the top talent from across its UK sites at its seventh annual Star Awards.
There were 12 awards up for grabs and the winners were announced at a Cirque du Soleil themed gala dinner and party at Edinburgh’s The Hub.
The awards recognise excellence at a team and individual level and also celebrate those colleagues who have made a difference to their local communities.
David Turner, CEO of Webhelp UK, India and SA, said: “Our people are our most important asset. Without great people we wouldn’t be able to deliver the excellent levels of customer experience that we do for our clients and their customers, so I believe it is very important to reward the people in our business who are leading the way in this.
“It makes me extremely proud to hear the fantastic stories from all of the people nominated for these awards. These are truly committed and dedicated people and they are a credit to Webhelp.”
The winners each receive a cheque for £1,000 – and in the case of the Making a Difference Award, the charity also receives a cheque for £1,000. The runners up in the Making a Difference Award receive a cheque for £500 for their charity.
The full list of awards is:
Brightest Star – Megan Rose Bell – Falkirk
CEO Special Award – Sainsbury’s – Glasgow and multiple
Ops and Project Team
Making a Difference – Terry Mason – Dearne Valley
Rotherham Talking Newspaper
Team of the Year – First Utility – Dearne Valley
People Leader of the Year– Simona Rosca – Dearne Valley
People Leader of the Year– Natasha Sanders – Kilmarnock
Making a Difference – Kirsten Stewart – Kilmarnock
(runner up) Ayrshire Hospice
Rising Star – John Abbott – Cardiff
Shining Star – Rebecca Thomas – Cardiff
WOW Factor – Michelle Gray – Sheffield
Making a Difference – Jonathon Lawery – Sheffield
(runner up) Salvation Army
Role Model of the Year – Craig Bunting – Derby
Role Model of the Year – Jay Fell – Homeworker
Spirit of Webhelp – Michael Redpath – Homeworker
Michael Redpath – The Spirit of Webhelp
Megan-Rose Bell – The Brightest Star
Jay Fell – Role Model of the Year (support)