Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Revealed - the best company to work for in Northern Ireland and the Republic?

Lynn Graham, HR Business Partner Diageo NI and Michael McCann, Country Director Diageo NI with the ‘Best Large Place to Work’ Award
Lynn Graham, HR Business Partner Diageo NI and Michael McCann, Country Director Diageo NI with the ‘Best Large Place to Work’ Award

Diageo Ireland Demand has been named the Best Large Place to Work’at the Annual Best Workplace Awards, beating a number of top international companies across the island of Ireland including Microsoft, PepsiCo and McDonalds in the process.

The awards, now in their 11th year, were the most competitive to date, with more than one hundred firms from north and south of the border participating in the audit.

The drinks company employes 400 staff across its four Northern Ireland sites.

Michael McCann, Country Director Diageo Northern Ireland said, “We are delighted to receive the prestigious award ‘Best Place to Work’ and we would like to thank and congratulate all of our employees on this incredible achievement. We are very proud of our dedicated staff and of their commitment to always provide the highest standards of service and excellence.

“This award will support our work in providing a stimulating working environment which reflects Diageo’s values and the energy, commitment and enthusiasm that everyone in the business brings to work every day,” concluded Michael.

 

Other award winners included:

Jones Lang LaSalle - Best Small Workplace

Mars Ireland - Best Medium Workplace

Kuehne+Nagel - Caring award

eBay Inc - Listening award

Microsoft - Developing award

Alan Cox from Core Media - Ireland's Most Trusted Leader award

Valeria Mannu EMC Ireland - Great Place to Work Ambassador award

Genzyme Ireland - Great Place to Work Team award

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