Our annual long service awards, recognising members of staff who have 25 or 40 years' continuous, substantive service with the RFL, took place on 26 November.
All members of staff reaching 25 or 40 years’ service in 2015 were invited to attend the awards which were led by David Sloman, chief executive, and Caroline Clarke, deputy chief executive and chief financial officer. Over 40 members of staff attended the ceremony with friends and family and were awarded a certificate and set of vouchers by David and Caroline. The awards ceremony was followed by afternoon tea.
David Sloman said: “This year we celebrated the wealth of experience and expertise of 73 long service staff who between them have worked a staggering 1885 years. As an organisation we are passionate about recognising employees who show commitment, dedication and loyalty to our trust. One of the strengths of the Royal Free London is the consistency and experience provided by our staff who have devoted their working lives to this organisation, we invited them to celebrate this immense achievement together.”