Kilwaughter Minerals has been shortlisted for two prestigious accolades at the annual Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards.
The Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards celebrate businesses that go above and beyond to support their employees and recognises excellence in the workplace.
Kilwaughter Minerals has been shortlisted for Team of the Year following the outstanding performance by the Business Development arm of the business and also in the Corporate Social Responsibility Programme of the Year for its innovative and impactful collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast on the Pathway Opportunity Programme.
Speaking following the shortlist announcement, Caroline Rowley, Head of Business Development at Kilwaughter Minerals commented:
“We are thrilled to be shortlisted for two awards at the highly coveted Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards.
“At Kilwaughter Minerals we value teamwork, ensuring that there is always a collaborative, cross-company team that improves the overall operations across all departments.
“We also understand the importance of making a positive impact to the communities and the environment in the areas we operate, continuously implementing initiatives that benefit local communities, promote sustainability, and enhance the well-being of our employees.”
Established in 1939, Kilwaughter Minerals is an innovative mineral processor that produces high quality products for the construction and agriculture sectors.
“With strong values in unrivalled customer service, being a responsible, respectful and innovative business, it is rewarding to see our efforts have been recognised in these awards.
“We look forward to continuing to foster a positive a work environment and making a meaningful difference to our communities.
“I would like to extend my congratulations to all those included on this year’s shortlist, and we are very much looking forward to the award presentation event on 8th June.”
The Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards are being held at Titanic Belfast on Thursday 8th June.