Andover News - Enham Trust's Work Programme Wins Supplier of the Quarter

Ed Gilmore, presenting Andy Meek and the Work Programme team with the Supplier of the Quarter certificate

At the quarterly performance review for Work Programme on Friday 15th August, Enham Trust, disability charity, was awarded the ‘Supplier of the Quarter’ by MAXIMUS, a leading provider of government services worldwide. The award was received in recognition of excellent performance for sustained employment outcomes in the second quarter of 2014.

The Work Programme delivered by Enham Trust supports unemployed back into work across Andover, Newbury and Winchester. The team at Enham assist their customers with 1-1’s, group sessions and advice. Through local relationships with employers Enham Trusts supports job seekers into work.

Andy Meek, Employment Manager said: “Myself and the Work Programme team are very honoured to receive the Supplier of the Quarter award. The team have worked extremely hard in all areas to make Work Programme a continued success. The recognition of this award is down to the team’s positive attitude and hard work on a daily basis, they really are making a difference to people’s lives”.

Ed Gilmore, Supply Chain Manager for MAXIMUS, came to Enham Alamein, Hampshire to present Andy Meek and his team with a well-deserved certificate and commented: “Enham Trust have demonstrated significant ability to support job seekers, including many with disabilities, on the Work Programme into sustainable employment. It’s great to be able to present this award in recognition of the hard work and dedication of the team.”

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