The hard work, commitment and dedication of FRAE Fife staff were recognised at the recent Scottish Awards for Business Excellence, organised by Quality Scotland.
At a glittering event staged at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow, FRAE Fife won the Committed to Excellence Award. This award recognises the consistent high level of best practice, high standard services and quality procedures, within the scope of its business excellence strategy.
Ade Johnson, Community Development Officer and Dr Daksha Patel, Health Worker at FRAE Fife said: “it feels great to be recognised for the extra effort and commitment staff have been putting in over the years. The award is for all stakeholders of FRAE Fife and we hope we all continue our good work.”
Quality Scotland Chief Executive Office Dave Bradley said: “FRAE Fife stands out as a prime example of how a commitment to sustaining business excellence can bring about transformational change to a voluntary organisation in relation to its staff development and best practice programmes.
Naeem Khalid FRAE Fife Co-coordinator said: “This award has been won by the sterling effort shown by all staff and volunteers. They enrich the lives of others and much of what they do often goes unheralded. In the past year we have seen not just some extraordinary work and outstanding achievements carried out by our volunteers, but a major shift in how the importance of the wider impact of what we do is appreciated by community groups across the Kingdom of Fife.
“The staff and our many volunteers acknowledge that business excellence is a continual journey and can take great heart in what they have achieved with this Committed to Excellence success”.