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Brentwood: Essex County Council’s HR team wins top national award

17:45 10 July 2013

Essex County Council

Essex County Council's HR team has won a national award for its work in the public sector.

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Essex County Council’s HR team has won a top national award.

The department won the best HR team in the public sector at the HR Excellence Awards 2013 last week.

Adam Bowles, director for HR, said: “This award is a great reflection on the excellent work we’ve been doing over the last year.

“For us to be recognised officially as the best HR team in the public and not for profit sector is an outstanding achievement and I’d like to thank everyone who played a part in winning this prestigious award.”

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