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Employee of the year

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: July 22, 2014

WT Parker
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This year's Employee of the year award is sponsored by WT Parker.

WT Parker are delighted to sponsor the Employee of the Year category. Our people are key to our business; WT Parker employ over 300 employees nationwide and it is their drive, dedication and passion that lead to excellent results.TO learn more about the services we offer please visit our website www.wtparkergroup.co.uk or call us on 01283 542661.

To submit your entry for Employee of the Year Click Here

The search is on to find an outstanding employee who has delivered sustained and exceptional business performance for a prolonged period.

Following WT Parker Group Ltd celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2012 and winning the Employer of the Year category at the Business Awards, the company became sponsors of Employee of the Year for the first time in 2013 and is proud to continue to sponsor the category at this year’s awards.

The firm says: “We recognise that such accolades as these are achieved not only through strong leadership but by a company’s employees too.”

The largest independent mechanical and electrical contractor in the East Midlands, WT Parker Group employs almost 500 staff ranging from apprentices, electricians and welders through to the senior management team.

The firm says: “We undertake a variety of work ranging from domestic work through to multi-million pound projects, stainless steel fabrication, air conditioning and renewable energy solutions. Our head office operation can be found in Moor Street, Burton, but we also have divisional offices in Grantham, Lincoln and Thetford.

“As a local employer, supporting initiatives in the Burton and South Derbyshire area has been important to us – we try to give back to the community that supports us. We are excited to be involved in the judging process and to to see the entries in this prestigious category.”

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