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Bright Horizons are delighted to announce that they have been officially recognised as one of Ireland’s Best Workplaces for the 7th consecutive year. The childcare company was rated 8th in the best medium sized workplace category.
This prestigious accolade was presented at the Great Place to Work Awards in Dublin on Wednesday 26th February. The event was attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny T.D., who congratulated all of this year’s organisations on their commitment to creating great workplaces.
The Best Workplaces awards celebrate employers who follow a policy of creating positive workplaces in which management build high-trust relationships with their employees, based on mutual respect.
In addition to Bright Horizons being recognised, their Operations Director, Martina Murphy was one of three shortlisted for the Most Trusted Leadership Award, which is awarded to a leader who helps to create a high-trust culture within their organisation.
Carole Edmond, managing director for Bright Horizons, said:
“We are delighted to be consistently recognised as a Best Workplace – it means a great deal to us to know that year upon year our people feel supported, as individuals and as early years professionals, and that they feel such pride in their work. We’re very proud of them.”
On being shortlisted for the Most Trusted Leadership Award, Martina Murphy, said:
“ On a personal level it’s humbling to receive this recognition, it’s an honour that I couldn’t have achieved without the fantastic committed team we have at Bright Horizons, who do an incredible job every day to earn the trust of our parents and children; this is as much for them as it is for me.”