Awards and Recognition
Do Digital Realities – The Do Academy
Do Digital Realities specialises in 3D work, including CGI visualisations, animations and fully immersive 3D models. In a relatively young, but growing, industry in South Wales, Do Digital found it difficult to apply the usual recruitment and skill development methods and so they built a recruitment, talent development and buddy system to future proof their business and support the sector.
ACT Training: BITC Cymru Responsible Large Business of the Year 2018
ACT Training is Wales’ largest training provider, welcoming over 6,500 people through its doors each year. With alternatives to formal education and a comprehensive training and further education offering, it works with people from all backgrounds – but also commits to being a responsible business by engaging with communities, schools and supporting its staff.
We are Vista - Small company winner of Business in the Community's Responsible Business of the Year Award
The creative communications agency has integrated a range of environmental goals into the business, and given staff ‘headspace’ to think more creatively about how to stay on top of the company’s negative impacts.
Lloyds - Finalist in the Aviva Award for Championing an Ageing Workforce
To combat older-worker stereotypes – and make the most of the wealth of experience and knowledge on offer – the UK bank’s programme to support its growing number of employees in their 50s has been a roaring success.
Marks & Spencer - Finalist for the Unipart Award for Outstanding Employment
Continuing a long-term commitment to tackling youth unemployment, Marks & Spencer (M&S) sees plenty of business value in plucking the very best talent from the pool of unemployed in the communities in which it serves, and this is why the retailer has scrapped the interview process to make it easier for the unemployed to come work for them.
The Mid-Counties Co-operative - Finalist for the UBS Award for Education
The Midcounties Co-operative was keen to share its passion for defending the environment with the next generation. But more than that, it wanted to give them the skills that might be helpful in the long-term.