Walker Morris wins PA Hub ‘Team of the Year Award’

A Hub Team of the Year winners photo Jun 18 Print news article

03/07/2018

PAs and secretaries recognised for outstanding contribution to the firm

The PAs and secretaries at Walker Morris have been awarded the PA Hub’s ‘Team of the Year Award’ in recognition of their outstanding team work and invaluable service to the business.

Now in their 4th year, the Yorkshire PA Hub Awards aim to recognise the amazing job that PAs and secretaries do and the support they provide to their companies every day.

BBC Sports presenter Tanya Arnold presented the awards, with Ann Hiatt, Executive Business Partner and Chief of Staff to Eric Schmidt (Executive Chairman) at Google as guest speaker.

The Walker Morris Team was recognised for its ability to work as a team to share workloads and passion to make a positive contribution to the firm. Many of the team play an active role on the Firm’s various committees such as the employee forum, social committee and charity committee and have been instrumental in supporting the successful implementation of a number of firm-wide major IT infrastructure projects.

“We all work really well as a team and we’re always helping each other both within our team and other departments.” – Walker Morris PA

Malcolm Simpson, Managing Partner at Walker Morris added:

“Our PAs and secretaries play a vital role in supporting our business and ensuring the smooth operation of the Firm. They are often a driving force in encouraging a collaborative ethos and are an essential part of the team.  I’m delighted that they have been recognised at the PA Hub awards.  Congratulations to all the team.”

Marion Lowrence, founder of the PA Hub commented:

“We are delighted to see the PAs of Yorkshire being rewarded for their hard work. The judges commented that the Walker Morris PA team really stood out in their nomination as showing true team spirit and they liked how they work together and support each other to make things happen and be successful.”

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