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Greene King has been commended for upskilling its workforce at the 2018 Princess Royal Training Awards.
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The awards honour UK employers for their outstanding training and development programmes, which have directly resulted in measurable success.

HRH Princess Anne personally presented the award to Greene King at an awards ceremony in St James’ Palace on Wednesday.

The awards, which are now in their third year, have honoured 48 different businesses, but Greene King, which is headquartered in Bury St Edmunds, is the only pub company to receive the commendation.

The pub retailer and brewer was recognised for the development of its apprenticeship programme, investment in its training support, retaining and developing its people and the introduction of its e-learning platforms.

Read the full article in the East Anglian Daily Times: https://www.eadt.co.uk/business/princess-anne-awards-ceremony-in-st-james-palace-1-5761735

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