Concurrent Technologies awarded Silver Membership by The 5% Club

Concurrent Technologies is delighted to announce that we have been awarded Silver accredited membership via The 5% Club’s 2022-23 Employer Audit Scheme. This award recognises our significant contribution to the continued development of all our Employees through “Earn & Learn” schemes such as Apprenticeships, Graduate Schemes and Sponsored Students Course Placements.

We are proud of our investment in our staff members, which is why we joined The 5% Club. The 5% Club is a dynamic movement of Employers all of whom are inspired to take positive action for increased, inclusive, and accessible workplace training for all.

Concurrent Technologies plc (LON:CNC) designs a range of high performance Intel® processor boards, switches, networking, storage and software products for use in embedded computing solutions.

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