Aurion Learning was celebrating last week at being recognised in the Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards.
Aurion was highly commended in the Right Place to Work Category in recognition of its commitment to its employees and support of community, charitable, and environmental issues.
This is the second award Aurion Learning has received this year for its responsible business practices, having received a commendation in the Business in the Community Awards for Most Responsible Small Business.
Speaking about the Irish News Awards, Ciaran O’Hare, Director of Aurion Learning said: “We’re very pleased to receive this award and we hope that by setting a good example we can encourage other businesses to adopt responsible business practices. Congratulations to all the winners.”
The sixth annual Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, attended by over 450 guests, took place in the Titanic Belfast on 21 June and was endorsed by key industry bodies the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD). Nick Hewer, who is Lord Sugar's right-hand man on The Apprentice and who also hosts Countdown on Channel 4, was the after-dinner speaker.
Pictured: Ciaran O'Hare and Dr. Maureen Murphy from Aurion Learning receive the award from Nick Hewer.
The full list of winners is available below:
Recruitment Team Of The Year Winner: Bond Search and Selection
Recruitment Innovator Of The Year Winner: Webrecruit Ireland
Best Agency To Do Business With Highly Commended: Driver Hire Belfast Winner: Stage Crew
Work Life And Well Being - Small/Medium Organisation Highly Commended: Action Mental Health Winner: GE Energy
Work Life And Well Being - Large Organisation Highly Commended: ALMAC Winner: Allstate Northern Ireland
Highly Commended: Assumption Grammar School Winner: Ulster GAA
Best Place To Work - Small Organisation Highly Commended: People 1st Winner: Todd Architects
Best Place To Work - Medium Organisation
Highly Commended: FPM Accountants LLP
Winner: Copeland Ltd
Best Place To Work - Large Organisation Winner: Royal Mail
Disability Best Practice Employer Winner: Belfast City Council Winner: Todds Leap
Right Place To Work - Small Organisation Highly Commended: Aurion Learning Winner: Nitec Solutions Ltd
Right Place To Work - Medium Organisation Winner: Delta Print and Packaging
Right Place To Work - Large Organisation Highly Commended: Lloyds Banking Group Winner: Allstate Northern Ireland
Managing Talent - Small Organisation Highly Commended: Young Enterprise Northern Ireland Winner: Little Wing Pizzeria
Managing Talent - Medium Organisation Highly Commended: Autoline Insurance Group Winner: Musgrave Retail Partners
Managing Talent - Large Organisation Highly Commended: Care Circle Group Winner: First Derivatives PLC
Innovative Employer - Small Organisation Highly Commended: Todd Architects Winner: Manor Architects
Innovative Employer - Medium/Large Organisation Highly Commended: Firstsource Solutions Winner: Autoline Insurance Group