As always, we at Cintra like to end the year on a positive note, recognising the amazing contribution made by our staff during the course of the year. As well as a party to end all parties, this year we asked everyone to nominate their very own Snow King and Queen, which saw an amazing coronation ceremony take place just before the partying began, at the start of the festive break.
Cintra prides itself on looking after its amazing staff …in fact this year alone has seen the company recognised in six separate industry awards, of which two specifically recognised it as an outstanding employer.
Clients regularly praise our lovely staff for their friendly, professional attitude and the fact that they go above and beyond to make sure clients are happy, but its also important to us that staff are there for each other and pull together as a team. We recognise that they are our greatest asset: they are what makes Cintra, and working with Cintra special. This year we wanted to crown a king and queen who embodied a perfect Cintra employee, in the eyes of their peers. We asked staff to nominate someone they felt exuded happiness and joy, someone fair and kind, someone who goes out of their way to do good for those around them. Overall, someone who makes a great contribution to making Cintra the amazing place it is to work.
Our Snow Queen is an absolute Cintra legend, having been with the company for an impressive 21 years. Former Bureau Manager Sheila Hughes now looks after Cintra’s impressive array of accreditations, having been responsible for the co-ordination of the firm’s PAS and ISO certification. She also plays a key role in the nurturing of young payroll talent, through the development of the firm’s apprenticeship scheme and is the ‘go-to’ lady for almost anything payroll related you need to know.
Snow King, David Harper is one of the firm’s young talent’s: joining as an IT apprentice, David has now progressed to the role of IT Helpdesk Co-ordinator and is renowned throughout the firm for his helpful manner and sunny disposition.
The King and Queen were rewarded, not only with regal attire but the royal sum of £150 each to treat themselves to anything Santa missed out on!