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JTC shortlisted for employee share ownership awards

JTC shortlisted for employee share ownership awards

Wednesday 24 November 2021

JTC shortlisted for employee share ownership awards


JTC has been shortlisted for an award recognising its success in championing the concept of employee shared ownership.

JTC is named as a finalist in the ‘Best Overall Performance in Fostering Employee Share Ownership’ category for companies with between 501 and 5,000 employees at this year’s ProShare Awards.

The awards celebrate excellence in the communication of employee share plans and the fostering of wider employee share ownership. 

In addition to supporting the delivery of client service excellence, JTC believes that its shared ownership model encourages greater employee engagement.

Earlier this year, the business announced that it had granted share awards worth over £20m to its global workforce as part of its shared ownership programme. 

“The ethos of shared ownership for all our people has been at the heart of JTC for over 23 years now and I’m both proud and delighted that our efforts to champion the virtues in this powerful concept have been recognised through these awards," Nigel Le Quesne, CEO of JTC, said.

"The value of our people and our culture has really shone through over the past eighteen months in particular, underlining why we continue to protect universal and long-term and employee shared ownership as part of JTC’s DNA.”

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