Waverley Housing

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(from left) Lindsey Jefferson, property services manager; Paul Wheelhouse MSP; Ryan Cockburn, apprentice electrician; Rachel Hunter, business & administration apprentice; Craig Matear, IT assistant (& former apprentice); Harris Campbell, apprentice roofer; Steven Drummond, apprentice joiner;

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Rachel Hunter and Louise Davies (Business Administration apprentices) with Waverley’s chief executive Margaret Ross and Lindsey Jefferson, property services manager Hawick based Waverley Housing has been chosen as Skills Development Scotland’s SME Employer of the Year for workplaces with less th

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Waverley Housing’s Annual General Meeting took place on Tuesday in St John’s Church Hall, Hawthorn Road, Galashiels. Tenants and guests had an opportunity to give their opinions at the ‘Have Your Say’ area and also browse information stands on display and receive information from Waverley’

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Waverley Housing has welcomed new apprentices which were recently recruited as part of its continued commitment to provide opportunities for young people in the Borders. Louise Davies joins existing apprentice Rachel Hunter in the office, with both completing a 2-year apprenticeship in SVQ Level 3 B

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Waverley Housing has been further recognised for its efforts to promote a healthy workforce. The association, which signed up to the Healthy Working Lives initiative, has achieved the Silver Award having already obtained a Bronze Award.

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The Living Wage Foundation, in partnership with Poverty Alliance, has announced that Waverley Housing has been accredited as a Living Wage employer. The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually and is calculated according to the basic cost of living using the ‘Minimum I

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