RAM Tracking has been shortlisted for The Croner Employer of the Year award at this year’s National Business Awards in partnership with Orange.
Going up against the likes of multimedia company UKRD – operator of 16 commercial radio stations including Stray FM and Minster FM – and London-based Baringa Partners, RAM will battle it out for the prestigious award, with the winner being revealed at the National Business Awards gala dinner held on 13th November in London.
Simon Perryman ceo, UK Commission for Employment & Skills and judge for the category said: “Vehicle tracking company Remote Asset Management is growing through customer satisfaction and creative thinking backed by excellent HR practices.”
Upon hearing the news that RAM Tracking had successfully become a finalist, managing director Chris McClellan (pictured) said: “RAM has become a successful business in the UK and Canada, through foresight, determination and a passion for the industry and clients we work with. We are incredibly proud of our incredible staff retention rate and believe that the careful recruitment and nurturing of employees has played the most crucial part in 92% client retention, almost eight years’ continued growth and our launch of the ‘next generation in vehicle tracking’ earlier this year.
“We couldn’t have asked to have been shortlisted in a more prestigious category and are delighted to be a part of the exclusive community of organisations recognised for their exceptional performance.”
The National Business Awards has today revealed over 150 of Britain’s leading businesses and business leaders as finalists in the prestigious awards programme. Organisations shortlisted include a range of private, public and third sector companies, including National Grid, Marks and Spencer and London Early Years Foundation.
Baroness Virginia Bottomley, chair of Judges said: “This year has been a challenging environment for British businesses: these finalists demonstrate how companies are succeeding in the current climate through innovation, originality and tenacity. It’s good to see a broad range of companies both in sector and size – an impressive representation of the potential British businesses have. Congratulations to all our finalists.”