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It's a happy staff at Pertemps.

BIRMINGHAM'S Pertemps People Development Group is full of the joys of spring after winning a top workplace accolade.

PPDG has clinched 23rd place in the annual Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For, a position which ensures the highest ranking of any West Midlands company in the list. The accolade was awarded to PPDG, which has its headquarters in Birmingham and offices in Coventry, Solihull, West Bromwich, The Marches, Liverpool and Teesside, following a rigorous survey.

The award was presented to PPDG chief executive Colin Birchall and his son Ben, who is HR director, during a ceremony at Battersea, London.

Colin Birchall said: "At PPDG we have always known our employees are at the heart of the organisation's success and as such we make it our priority to ensure they enjoy coming to work and are given the opportunity to maximise their impact throughout everything that we do.

"This accolade is a just reward for all the hard work by every member of our team and it is fair to say that if we are a top 100 company, they are a top 100 workforce.

"I am extremely proud of everything this company has achieved in the past 10 years but none of it would have been possible without our talented, hard-working and committed team."


Well done: Alastair McColl, from the Sunday Times, and Kent Thompson, Director of Pertemps.
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Date:Mar 10, 2009
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