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Birmingham Midshires scoop Investors in People award

Birmingham Midshires has been recognised with the prestigious &#39Investors in People&#39 award for the fourth time in succession.

Investors in People is a government-backed initiative, recognising companies who are committed to investing in training and developing their employees.

Birmingham Midshires&#39 success is based upon a recent assessment of their commitment to training their people. The financial services provider employs over 2000 people, at its Wolverhampton based corporate centre, in Cardiff, and through its 67 strong branch network.

Chris Sutton, head of training and development, says: “We&#39re delighted. As a business we&#39re dedicated to the development of our people, the reward being a highly skilled and motivated workforce.”

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