A Preston company has been shortlisted for three employee awards.
Suresite Group provides a number of services for retailers, including payment card processing.
And now the Millennium City Park firm is waiting to hear if they will be winners for the second year running at the North West Employee Engagement Group (NWEEG) Awards.
Gill Ashworth has been nominated for Customer Service Superstar and 20-year-old Meg Fletcher, an administrator, is in the running for the Eureka Award. Also nominated are the 12-strong card services team, headed up by David Wright.
Keith Bevan, sales and marketing director at Suresite, which employs 49, said: "As active members of NWEEG, we are passionate about the positive and empowering workplace culture we foster.
"Engaged employees are able to give of their best. And being shortlisted for these awards has given many of our people the heads up that they are doing exactly what is expected of them - and more.
"We pride ourselves on offering the highest levels of customer service. All of our customers have access to named individuals, who understand their accounts and take responsibility for their smooth running."
Ellie Smith, NWEEG coordinator, said: "The calibre of nominations we have had this year has been outstanding and everybody shortlisted should be extremely proud. They are a credit to their companies."
In 2017, Suresite's IT technical manager Karthik Karunanithy and Adam Henry, infrastructure apprentice, were both named victors in their categories.
The winners of the 2018 awards will be announced at a gala dinner at Ribby Hall Village on 17 May.
"Engaged employees are able to give of their best. And being shortlisted for these awards has given many of our people the heads up that they are doing exactly what is expected of them - and more."
Keith Bevan, sales and marketing director
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