Wednesday, April 22, 2015

News: Parseq's employee education partnership


Business process and technology specialist, Parseq, has announced a partnership with the skills provider, the National Sales Academy, which will enable its 1,500 employees in Rotherham and Sunderland to gain access to £3,000 worth of educational funding each.

Based at Hellaby, Parseq specialises in mobile and online banking software and technology-led outsourcing services and operates contact centres and finance and administration processing. It processes over 100,000 items of correspondence a day, £2 billion of electronic payments a month and make and receive over 70 million calls a year on the behalf of its clients.

Parseq will trial the educational scheme with the National Sales Academy first in South Yorkshire and the North East, before it is rolled out across its London and Brighton sites making it available to more than 2,100 employees.

Designed to encourage more employees to gain nationally recognised qualifications in subjects such as business administration, customer services, sales and management, the initiative is being made available to all of Parseq's employees who have been with the firm for at least six months and who currently don't hold any higher or further education qualifications.

Louise Cope, group HR hirector at Parseq, said: "Our employees are our most valuable asset. We pride ourselves on not only attracting the best talent in the industry but also supporting their professional development from the very moment they join Parseq and throughout their career with us.

"Our partnership with the National Sales Academy will further enhance our existing staff development programmes by providing all our employees with the chance to gain nationally recognised qualifications while they work.

"We've always maintained the view that our business growth and success is the result of a dedicated, motivated and skilled workforce and this investment is testament to our continued commitment to all of our employees."

The firm, which works on behalf of a third of UK's utility sector, the top ten international banks and a sizable proportion of the charity sector, has announced a commitment to grow its business from turnover of £65m to £100m in just three years.

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