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Aesica Manager Wins NEPIC Industry Award

By Kristin Brooks | January 28, 2014

Taylor given “Young Achiever Accolade” in Pharma category

Helen Taylor, corporate human resources manager at Aesica, a global contract development and manufacturing organization, has won the NEPIC 2014 “Young Achiever Award” within the Pharmaceutical category. Ms. Taylor was recently promoted with a specific focus on employee development, skills gaps and talent acquisition. She joined the company in 2009 as senior human resources advisor and has provided support to multiple Aesica sites.
The NEPIC (Northeast of England Process Industry Cluster) Awards are designed to recognize the success and achievements of members operating in the hi-tech manufacturing marketplace including the chemical, pharma, biopharma, and petrochemical industries.
Ms. Taylorsaid, “It is a great privilege to be recognized by the NEPIC with this young achiever accolade. People skills are as important as technical skills in the pharmaceutical contract manufacturing market and this award is reflective of the high HR standards that are applied across Aesica. I am proud to be part of the Aesica HR team and look forward to continuing to play my part in the company’s success.”

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