Following from our Annual Superstars’ Award Ceremony we are pleased to announce that our overall category winners have now been invited to become part of our new company Employee Management Team (EMT). Having people who really live our company values is something that we are extremely passionate about and it was great to share the ways in which each of our winners did and continue to do throughout 2019.
The purpose of the EMT is to allow our front-line teams to play a vital part in how the business is run and operated. When we created this new body, we wanted to make sure that they had some real opportunities to shape our business strategy and to take forward key investment decisions that have a day-to-day impact on the lives of our front-line teams.
Wednesday 20 March saw the first meeting of our newly formed Employee Management Team. The day was a mixture of formal meetings but also time to allow this new group to learn how to work together as a team.
Some great ideas were shared as well as personal experiences of working on such varied parts of our business. Time was also spent with our Senior Management Team, to understand what they feel the Employee Management Team can look at going forward. Thank you so much to our new team members, we’re looking forward to the next meeting in June already.
Left to Right - Andrew Walker - Events South, Lisa McBrien - Security Liverpool City Council, Stephen Channer - HSQE, Lee Wainwright - Retail, Daniel Day - Northern Rail, David Evans - Eurotunnel, Felix Adowah - IQ Student Accommodation, David Dobrin - Greater Anglia Cleaning and Ciprian Rusu - Contract Supervisor
To foster an open and collaborative working culture, where employees are engaged and empowered to voice constructive feedback, share new ideas and drive continuous improvements across Carlisle Support Services. To enhance the working lives of our employeesThe Employee Management Commitment