17th Annual Business Awards Winner: salt Communications for Investing in People

salt Communications announced as this year's winners of the Investing in People category at BritCham's 17th Annual Business Awards

salt Communications have been announced as this year's winner in the Investing in People category at BritCham's 17th Annual Business Awards.


The winning entry illustrated their long term plans for employee engagement, development and inclusion within the company's culture. 


Judge Su-Yen Wong, CEO of the Human Capital Leadership Institute, looked for businesses with modern and people-embracing policies as well as in house training and development schemes. Discussing the winning entry, she stated:

"Even as relatively young organization, salt has implemented a holistic approach to the business, including structured processes and systems, to enable future growth. salt’s emphasis on creating a culture and instilling behaviours that enable business performance stand out. salt demonstrate that regardless of company size or stage of development, there is a compelling case for investment in people. And, there are specific initiatives that can be implemented to attract, retain and develop talent."


Watch Sarah Cragg discussing their win below:



Finalists in this category included:






This category was sponsored by:




For the full list of winners click here