Caribbean style festivities planned to celebrate EO Day

by 8 | posted in Company News | 28th June 2016

The sounds and colours of the Caribbean will fill our office on 1st July as we celebrate UK Employee Ownership Day (EO Day).

The Caribbean theme has been chosen in honour of CAS’s two newest clients, both based on the beautiful Caribbean island of Bermuda, who have chosen to implement Workpro complaints management software.

They join Ombudsman Sint Maarten, based on another stunning Caribbean island, which implemented Workpro in 2014.

Lynne Campbell, CAS Marketing Manager, says, “Employee ownership has been a huge and important step for us so we want to celebrate EO Day in style. We thought there was no better way than in honour of our new Caribbean clients. So sunglasses, bright shirts and tasty food will be the order of the day.”

CAS proudly became an employee owned company in January 2014 with the support of Co-operative Development Scotland, part of Scottish Enterprise.

As part of our employee ownership status, we joined The Employee Ownership Association (EOA), the voice of co-owned businesses in the UK. EO Day was launched by the EOA in 2013, as a national celebration of the benefits of employee ownership.

At CAS we believe one of the biggest advantages of employee ownership has been the renewed strength of our team. Employees now have a greater insight and input to the overall business; we are a more engaged and fulfilled workforce. Our new structure has given us a strong and stable platform for future growth.

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