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Athletes’ Village scoops 20th award!

Athletes’ Village scoops 20th award!

Perceptive Communicators has been working in partnership with City Legacy, developers of the Athletes’ Village for the Commonwealth Games for several years and we’re delighted that they have now picked up their 20th award for this unique development!

The new addition to their ever expanding trophy cabinet comes as City Legacy picked up a bronze in the Best House Category at national awards, What House? Awards in London.

Commenting on the award, a spokesman for City Legacy – the consortium of four Glasgow   companies Mactaggart & Mickel, CCG, Cruden and WH Malcolm which developed and constructed the unique development – said: “We all knew when we got together five years ago to discuss the concept for The Village that we were onto a winning formula. We set out to create an exceptional development, one which would set the standard for house building or the future. But none of us were quite prepared for the overwhelming success the development has achieved. This latest win is every bit as sweet as the 19 previous awards – and every one of the 20 awards won is not just for the management teams – but for everyone who has been involved in bringing the original concept to life.”

Athletes’ Village scoops 20th award!

Athletes’ Village scoops 20th award!

Perceptive Communicators has been working in partnership with City Legacy, developers of the Athletes’ Village for the Commonwealth Games for several years and we’re delighted that they have now picked up their 20th award for this unique development!

The new addition to their ever expanding trophy cabinet comes as City Legacy picked up a bronze in the Best House Category at national awards, What House? Awards in London.

Commenting on the award, a spokesman for City Legacy – the consortium of four Glasgow companies Mactaggart & Mickel, CCG, Cruden and WH Malcolm which developed and constructed the unique development – said: “We all knew when we got together five years ago to discuss the concept for The Village that we were onto a winning formula. We set out to create an exceptional development, one which would set the standard for house building or the future. But none of us were quite prepared for the overwhelming success the development has achieved. This latest win is every bit as sweet as the 19 previous awards – and every one of the 20 awards won is not just for the management teams – but for everyone who has been involved in bringing the original concept to life.”

Happy, motivated and healthy employees, that’s the Perceptive Communicators way

Happy, motivated and healthy employees, that’s the Perceptive Communicators way

Speaking to the Herald, Perceptive’s MD, Julie Moulsdale, explains how she broke the mould when setting the company up back in 2006, by deciding not to have a central office location. All employees work remotely, keeping in touch virtually. This approach, explains Julie, has resulted in happier, more motivated and healthier employees. The approach works great for clients too!

“While our employees work really closely together, and do indeed meet face to face with clients, most of this is done virtually, thanks to technology like WebEX,” she said. “This style of working has had a huge positive impact on productivity and our health record. Our employees are motivated and happier – again reinforcing long term good health.”

The interview was in response to a report by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine into the harmful effects of shift working. The full article can be found below.

“There is no doubt in my mind that this style of working is much better than the run-of-the-mill desk-bound approach,” continued Julie. “Aside from the obvious health and work-life balance benefits for this team, it has some fantastic business benefits too. It has allowed us to channel our investment into recruiting and retaining the right staff, consultants with at least fifteen years of experience in both the client side and in consultancy, rather than investing in office space which may rarely be used apart from team meetings. It’s a formula that works – and it’s one that I would thoroughly recommend.”

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