Investors in People awards for Arbroath engineering firm

Finesse Control Systems Ltd staff pictured with one of their awards: Michael Marr, Craig Muchan, Ross Poynter, Fraser Dunphy, Nathan Christie, Daniel Ironside and Gary Kerrigan.

Finesse Control Systems Ltd staff pictured with one of their awards: Michael Marr, Craig Muchan, Ross Poynter, Fraser Dunphy, Nathan Christie, Daniel Ironside and Gary Kerrigan.

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An Arbroath electrical engineering firm has been recognised for their investment in its employees with a double whammy of awards.

Accreditation as ‘Investors In Young People’ and achieving a bronze standard in ‘Investors In People’ was recently received by Finesse Control Systems, Kirkton Industrial Estate.

Founded last year the Investors In Young People award focuses on employers that have a commitment to the recruitment, retention, training and development of young people, and is the only people management standard of its kind.

The Investors In People bronze award demonstrates Finesse Control System’s dedication to employees and a solid foundation of good practice.

Fraser Dunphy, managing director of Finesse Control Systems said: “Despite the major engineering skills shortage Finesse Control Systems has enjoyed extraordinary success and growth over the past seven years due in a large part to the enthusiasm and innovation of our young workforce. We have always focused on apprenticeships and developing the talent within our organisation, it is a great encouragement for the team to enjoy this recognition.”

The firm currently employs 20 people, six of whom are young apprentices.