Legal firm recognises its 110-strong workforce

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LEGAL financial and property specialists Pagan Osborne paid tribute to its 110-strong staff at its annual Excellence Awards.

The awards recognise the outstanding performances of the past year.

With 25 nominations for a total of six different categories, the ceremony was an opportunity for Pagan Osborne to celebrate its combined achievements.

On the day, the winners were Louise Bastiani, Colleague of the Year; the Edinburgh Private Client team, Team of the Year; the Business Improvement team for Client Excellence of the Year; Linda Black, Outstanding Performer of the Year; and Neil Fyall, Business Developer of the Year.

Pauline MacKenzie-Dodds, property receptionist, who is based at the St Andrews property shop, won the Judges’ Special Awards for developing an electronic diary system for viewing agents.

The judging panel included past award winners Lianne Lodge and Jackie Henderson and external advisers Lizzy Lambley of PR company Indigo and Jane Irvine, chairing member of the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission.

The event was held at the George Hotel in Edinburgh.

Alistair Morris, chief executive of Pagan Osborne, said: “Our annual Excellence Awards are a great opportunity for us as an organisation to show our appreciation and recognition to those who have made an outstanding contribution in that year, as well as honouring the hard work and commitment of our staff as a whole in providing a top-class service for our clients.”