• Investing in your Community Awards Winner: Apex

    31 May 2019

    Apex Housing Association is a social housing landlord and manages over 5,000 homes for families and single people as well as supported housing for people with mental health issues, learning disabilities, people with addiction issues and older people. An estimated 43% of all its tenants are living in poverty.

  • Education Partnership Award Winner 2019: Esri Ireland

    31 May 2019

    Esri Ireland is a technology company that specialises in the application of geographic information systems (GIS), helping customers record where things happen and analyse why, with the aim of providing insight and helping them to make better decisions.

  • Ciena

    31 May 2019

    Ciena is a networking systems, services and software company that provides solutions to help clients create an Adaptive Network in response to the constantly changing demands of their users.

  • One-to-Watch Award Winner 2019: ABP Food Group

    31 May 2019

    ABP Food Group is an integrated agri-business employing 10,000 people across 51 sites in the UK, Ireland, Poland, Spain, France, Austria, Holland and Denmark. ABP NI is part of ABP UK’s beef division which has 14 sites. ABP’s Newry and Lurgan sites employ 650 people.

  • Translink keep ahead of the pace in workplace wellbeing

    17 Apr 2019

    Translink employees have raised over £20,000 for their charity partner, Cancer Focus NI through a range of fundraising activities.

  • Guinness’s plastic packaging initiative

    16 Apr 2019

    Plastic ring carriers and shrink wrap to be removed from multipacks of Diageo’s beer products: Guinness, Harp, Rockshore and Smithwick’s

  • Careering with The Henderson Group

    25 Mar 2019

    The Henderson Group has helped raise the aspirations of pupils by delivering a series of career talks and a school presentation to P5-P7 pupils at Elmgrove Primary School.

  • A banquet of support for local school

    25 Mar 2019

    The Mount Charles Group partnered with Ashfield Boys’ High school and provided career talks, interventions and a workplace visit to help Year 9 pupils with their career choices.

  • Showcasing careers in Belfast City Council

    25 Mar 2019

    Through Employment East’s Employment Forum, Belfast City Council partnered with two schools to tackle disadvantage, raise aspirations of the participating pupils and open their eyes to the world of work.

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