Allstate Northern Ireland


Allstate is "Right Place to Work" in Northern Ireland

Companies representing sectors from pizzas to packaging, architecture to insurance, power to post, were lauded on Thursday 21st June at the sixth annual Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards in the spectacular Titanic Belfast.

Angela Bell accepting the Work Life & Well Being Award
William Hamilton, Managing Director, Liberty IT presents Angela Bell, Assistant MIS Manager,
Allstate Northern Ireland, with the Work Life & Well Being Award.

Allstate Northern Ireland - which a year ago was the inaugural 'Champion' - was the night's only multiple winner, clinching victory in two categories. They were

Work Life and Well Being - Large Organisation
Winner - Allstate Northern Ireland
Submission by Rose Kelly

Right Place to Work - Large Organisation
Winner - Allstate Northern Ireland
Submission by Sonya Kerr

Employment and learning minister Dr Stephen Farry, told the 450-plus audience: "The aims of the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards go hand in hand with the direction set out in my Department's Skills Strategy for Northern Ireland, and I'm delighted to be continuing our long association with this initiative."

Sonya Kerr accepting the Right Place to Work Award
Mark Regan, CEO, 3fivetwo Healthcare presents Sonya Kerr, Marketing Executive, Allstate Northern Ireland with the Right Place to Work Award

Nick Hewer, who is Lord Sugar's right-hand man on The Apprentice and who also hosts Countdown each day on Channel 4, was the after-dinner speaker and regaled guests with a captivating and humour-laced insight into the business world of Sir Alan Sugar.

Rose Kelly, VP & CAO said "After previously winning 9 awards at the Irish News Awards over the last number of years as well as the Champion Award last year, we really didn't expect a further two awards this year. We are absolutely thrilled with the result which once again rubberstamps our commitment to employees, the community and the environment through our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and Health & Well Being strategies."

Allstate NI Team at the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards
Allstate NI Team at the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards

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