Sacro are Star Performers when it comes to diversity

Written by
Alan Mairs
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Diversity, awards
Sandy Cameron, Sacro Chair; Angela Voulgari, Manager of Bright Choices; Andrew Philip, Sacro Director of Corporate Services, Aaron Slater, Manager of Fearless domestic abuse service.

Sacro picked up the Diversity Star Performer award at last night’s Herald and GenAnalytics national Diversity Awards.

The award is given to organisations of fewer than 250 employees and asked for “outstanding commitment shown by a company who maximise all the talents in their workforce to benefit and grow their organisation. The winning organisation will be able to provide strong evidence of active policies for promoting diversity and a strong track record of hiring and retaining individuals from diverse backgrounds”.

Sacro’s Chief Executive, Tom Halpin, said: “As an organisation, we are immensely proud of this recognition. We have developed some genuinely pioneering services in recent years and this has only been possible by working with like-minded organisations and building on the broader commitment shown by all staff across our organisation in recognising and valuing diversity and equality of opportunity".

The award was sponsored by City of Glasgow College and presented by the College’s Douglas Morrison. The award ceremony was held in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow.