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Sport Aberdeen shortlisted as finalists in the Northern Star Business Awards 2019


Sport Aberdeen has been shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Staff Matter’ category at the Northern Star Business Awards 2019.

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Organised by the Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC), the Northern Star Business Awards recognises companies across the North East for their exceptional accomplishments in pioneering innovation and outstanding customer service to excellence in people development, environmental outlook and marketing prowess.

Sport Aberdeen has been shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Staff Matter’ category which recognises organisations who take care of their people, so their people take care of their business.

Through investing in the personal and professional development of its people, Sport Aberdeen continuously enhances the scope of services offered to local communities, delivering its overarching commitment to continuous improvement as part of its aim of delivering excellence in all that it does.

Sport Aberdeen has grown into an award-winning charitable organisation which offers rewarding and fulfilling careers in the sport and physical activity sector and also in our business corporate support functions, offering career opportunities for local people who are interested in giving something back to their local communities.

Nickie Scorgie, Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development, commented:

“We are delighted that Sport Aberdeen has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Staff Matter category. Sport Aberdeen is committed to developing its employees who are recognised as key to the success of the company.

“Without each and every member of staff we would not be able to continue to deliver the incredible work that the charity does. We aim to create opportunities, inspire people and change lives through sport and physical activity, whether this is employees, customers or members of the local communities we work within.

“Sport Aberdeen prides itself on being far more than just a sport and leisure provider.”