On what was the 12th year of The Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, the judges described it as a, “spectacular year … which has shattered all previous records for entry numbers and quality of applications.”
Up against a mix of exceptional blue-chip companies, innovative firms and impressive public sector and educational bodies, FPM were delighted to be announced winner of Managing Talent Award for Large Companies at Northern Ireland’s premier business awards on June 14, when more than 600 guests gathered for the glittering bash in Titanic Belfast.
Congratulating FPM on their achievement, The Irish News stated “It’s been another momentous year for a company that, where managing its talents are concerned, has for years been a champion of evolutionary change. Its staff are continuously challenged to move outside their comfort zones, and the systems it has in place to develop its staff are constantly evolving and improving. Its training isn’t just good, it’s world class.”
At FPM our focus is to lead, mobilise and energise our most vital resources for orchestrating strategies and solutions for clients – our PEOPLE.
FPM Staff Director, Teresa Campbell, said: “We’ve been successful in building an exceptionally talented team here at FPM and I know that all of them will enjoy celebrating this award just as much as I will. By connecting, coaching and inspiring staff, we empower TEAM FPM to be the very best that they can be. Watching staff grow and develop into exceptional practitioners and leaders is a major motivator for us. We’ve got big plans for the year ahead, where we’ll keep trying to be even better for our clients. We can’t wait for another great year.”
Over the past 12 months, we’ve invested heavily in our team and this award comes after winning Tax Team of the Year at the Irish Accountancy Awards 2018 and being placed in The Sunday Times 2018 100 Best Companies to Work For, earlier this year.