INVESTING IN OUR STAFF

Posted on Wednesday, 31 August 2016 Posted in General by Erin Johnston

INVESTING IN OUR STAFF

Pinkertons recognise that our people are one of the reasons behind why we are successful and respected. Not only do Pinkertons offer attractive benefits ensuring the best of the best work at Pinkertons, but investment in staff is paramount to ensuring that we remain ahead of the field.

What does all this mean for you?

By choosing Pinkertons as your agent you are not only getting great customer service, market leading property promotion, access to a wealth of experience along with qualified and knowledgeable staff, you can be assured that the staff are trained to a level above industry standards.

Victoria Pinkerton, Managing Director commented “By investing in our staff we are ensuring that not only do they feel valued by this investment, but we can be assured that Pinkertons are providing an enhanced experience for our customers and raising the standards expected of other agents in the area”.

In conjunction with South Eastern Regional College (SERC) and City & Guilds staff at Pinkertons, through a fully funded scholarship programme, are encouraged to invest in themselves and their career by furthering their education by combining twice weekly lectures with home study over a year period.

Roisin started her estate agency career with Pinkertons in early 2015 and normally students who enrol for this award would have a few years’ experience behind them. Branch Manager Chris Sharp said “We knew Roisin’s determination and commitment coupled with the support Pinkertons would provide during her study wouldn’t hamper her achieving a top grade but for Roisin to be at the level this award demands within a year of starting her Estate Agency career proves to us, as her employer that we have a fantastic team member who has a bright future in Estate Agency ahead of her”.


Pictured at the Bangor Branch is Roisin Colhoun with her Level Three Diploma in Residential Property alongside Pinkertons’ Managing Director Victoria Pinkerton.