Pagan Osborne, the legal, financial and property company, has welcomed eight new members of staff, adding to its teams across Fife and Edinburgh.
The new starts, recruited between July and September 2013, have taken up posts across the company’s property, legal and administration teams. The total number employed stands at 103.
As part of the recent intake, a brand new role of Learning Development Advisor has been created which has been filled by Louise McLachlan.
Louise has over 11 years’ experience working in training and development previously working for Lloyds Banking Group and digital media company, LBI.
Within her role at Pagan Osborne, Louise will work to develop both internal and external training opportunities for staff at all levels.
The position has been created to support individuals’ personal career and skills development as well as the company’s goals as a whole.
Commenting on her appointment, Louise said:
“Over the last three months I have been working to develop a full understanding of how Pagan Osborne operates and its ambitions for the future.
“I am currently working to recommend and build a programme of specific training opportunities which will take the business forward and help PO reach its goals. I am relishing the chance to be involved in such a dynamic and people-focused business.”
In addition to the new team members, Pagan Osborne is also set to introduce a flexi-time system. This is to ensure employees are recognised for their hard work and given the freedom to work in the most suitable manner for them and their clients.
The system will be introduced in the new financial year, following a previous two month trial which allowed the business to explore the benefits and work out the best way to manage it before rolling it out across teams in both Fife and Edinburgh.