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Webhelp Rewards 600 Years of Loyal Service

Webhelp has celebrated the commitment of some of its longest serving colleagues at a special dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Caledonian Hotel in Edinburgh.

Andy Doig, Chief Operating Officer and Gillian Campbell, People Director, joined loyal Webhelp team members who were marking 10 and 15 years of service with the company at the glittering event.

Andy Doig said:

“We are the type of business that lives and dies by the quality of our people, so I am very proud and happy to be here tonight to reward such a brilliant group of loyal colleagues. These people have chosen to make long term careers with us here at Webhelp and I am delighted to have this opportunity to personally thank and reward them for that choice and for being such a great team of people to work with.”

In total 51 colleagues, who together were celebrating 605 years of service to the business, were invited to the event, which included a champagne reception, a three course meal and an individual presentation.

The 19 employees celebrating 15 years with Webhelp are:

Jim Buchan – Greenock, Gary Kirsop – Dunoon, Viv Hunt – Dearne Valley, Caroline Murray – Falkirk, Robin Danks – Dunoon, Eileen Campbell – Dunoon, Lynne Duffie – Falkirk, Ron Adam – Falkirk, Elaine Clark – Falkirk, Julie Geoghegan – Dunoon, Neil Forgan – Falkirk, Richard Grant – Falkirk, Patrick Bowie – Dunoon, Mark Wilson – Dunoon, Jemima Mason – Falkirk, Gordon Mccall – Falkirk, Linda Hughes-barr – Dunoon, Scott Mcdonald – Dunoon, Pamela Risk – Falkirk.

The 32 employees celebrating 10 years with Webhelp are:

Jane Adlington – Dearne Valley, Christina Cunningham – Dunoon, Stephanie Black – Falkirk, Bryan Wallace – Falkirk, Darren Drew – Dearne Valley, Graeme Blackstock – Falkirk, Kate Asquith – Dearne Valley, Martyn Lawrence – Rothesay, Susan Weir – Falkirk, Lisa Wilson – Dearne Valley, Ian Clapton – Dearne Valley, Samantha Gamble – Dearne Valley, Michael Mckeever – Falkirk, Alistair Mclellan – Dearne Valley, Moyra Creelman – Dunoon, Brian Lake – Falkirk, Gordon Hunter – Falkirk, Rachel Emerson – Dunoon, Clive Jaques – Dunoon, Amanda McFarlane – Falkirk, Donna Easton – Falkirk, Carol Mccrimmon – Kilmarnock, Ross Batty – Dearne Valley, Jennifer Davidson – Falkirk, Nichola Mcloughlin – Dearne Valley, Anne Mcintosh – Falkirk, Ross Mckellar – Falkirk, Charlene Cowie – Rothesay, Ross Malcolm – Rothesay, Pauline Mackay – Rothesay, Karen McKirdy – Rothesay, Suzanne McGinty – Rothesay.


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