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Virgo HEALTH triumphs in awards

Virgo HEALTH has won the landmark Learning and Development Excellence Award at this month's Best Workplaces awards, 2011
Virgo HEALTH has won the landmark Learning and Development Excellence Award at this month's Best Workplaces awards, 2011. 

The judges recognised that: "Virgo truly provides exceptional support for its personnel and above-industry level investment in training."

Virgo also scored a top 10 place for the second year running in the Great Place to Work Institute's Best Small Workplaces Programme, which provides formal recognition of significant investment in and dedication to training and development.

Anna Parfitt, HR director said: "We believe in putting our clients and people first. At Virgo we are extremely proud of our bright and passionate team and strive to create a place where people can thrive from the moment they join us."

The Awards run on an annual basis and celebrate organisations that build trust, encourage and appreciate personal contribution and deliver outstanding business performance. 

Sarah Matthew, joint chief executive said: "We strongly believe that our industry-leading commitment and investment in our people is one of the crucial factors that makes Virgo HEALTH an outstanding and award-winning agency, whose results are in no small part due to the value we place on nurturing and supporting our team at every level." 

She added: "We are committed to delivering communications without compromise across our broad spectrum of clients within the healthcare sector and take pride in the exceptional work that our team delivers. We look forward to building on our successes and continue to make Virgo a Great Place to Work for our people every day."

23rd June 2011

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