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Gibbs Gillespie’s Holly Pendred wins national ’employee of the year’ award! 

 Published on: 20th October 2017   |   By: The Newsdesk   |   Category: Uncategorized

Holly Pendred from Gibbs Gillespie in Uxbridge, Middlesex, is celebrating after being crowned Relocation Agent Network’s Employee of the Year 2015. The award recognises the individual excellence of one person in one Relocation Agent Network member estate agency from across England, Scotland and Wales. Holly, an Assistant Lettings Manager, was recognised not only for exceptionally high levels of customer service and care but for also rushing to the aid of an elderly woman who was being attacked in Pinner earlier this year. Holly, 25, who is from said: “I’m delighted to have won this award. I couldn’t believe it when my name was announced as the calibre of competition was very high.” The award, sponsored by TM training & development, was announced at the Network’s annual National Conference, held this year at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in London on Friday 13 November. James Gibbs said: “We are all delighted that Holly has been named Employee of the Year 2015. Holly is an invaluable member of the Gibbs Gillespie team, regularly demonstrating the highest standards of professionalism and continually going the extra mile for her customers. She showed exceptional bravery when challenging the mugger who was attacking the elderly lady.” Relocation Agent Network’s Managing Director, Richard Tucker said: “The Employee of the Year Award demonstrates the high calibre of staff employed by our members. It is a great accolade for Gibbs Gillespie and a fantastic achievement for Holly who totally deserves to be crowned the Employee of the Year.”

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