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August 28, 2015

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Winners of the inaugural Talent Matters Awards will be announced on 1 October at the BSIF Networking Day in Birmingham.

The Talent Matters Awards 2015 sponsored by Miller McKenzie, will be presented in three business categories: small (0-50 employees) medium (50-100) and large (100+).

These awards have been established to celebrate health and safety businesses that have demonstrated how they have developed and rewarded their employees’ talent through innovative business practices, including incentive schemes or training programmes.

Employees of participating companies will be asked to take part in an anonymous survey which will be presented to each company in a confidential report, helping to provide insights into employee engagement levels.

The survey will help business leaders gain a better understanding of their workforce.

The results generated from the application process will give business leaders the chance to gain a better understanding of their workforce, which could lead to better work practices and improved business performance. Winning a Talent Matters Award will also highlight that the respective organisations are fantastic places to work, incentivising existing employees and potentially attracting new recruits.

Alan Murray, CEO BSIF

Commenting on the awards, Alan Murray, CEO of the BSIF said “The success of any business is directly attributable to the employees within it and it’s time to shout about the triumphs in our industry through the Talent Matters Award.”

The closing date for the Talent Matters Awards is the 7 September. Trophies will be presented at the BSIF Networking Event on 1 October. To request an application form please contact Miriam Page from Miller McKenzie on [email protected] or call 01522 731371.

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