Daisy Group plc has announced its Employee of the Year results during an evening of recognition held at Burnley Football Club.
The big award of the night was handed to Robbie Pitts, a field-based engineer at Daisy, who was named Daisy Employee of the Year 2011. Robbie had dedicated his spare time to take part in additional training on the IP Office and ACM courses to further his skillset. In return, he had received excellent feedback from customers praising his knowledge and professional attitude.
Other awards on the night were presented to those individuals who were recognised as ambassadors for the Daisy Values. The prize for the ‘Can Do’ category was awarded to Amanda Cairney, a Senior Credit Controller at the Nelson office, for her cost-saving efforts.
The ‘Teamwork’ award was handed to a group of employees who worked against tight deadlines to assist with the move from WLR2 to WLR3 lines. The team worked together to provide a smooth transition to the new technology which excelled expectations.
Senior Service Assurance Executive at the Eastleigh office, Mike Watts was awarded the ‘Fresh’ award for going above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service.
The ‘Trustworthy’ award has presented to Stewart Wilson, a Nelson-based Retentions Manager, for aiding his colleagues in resolving customer issues and setting a good example to others.
‘Excellent Customer Service’ was awarded to Service Development Manager, Onkar Singh at the Stockley Park office, whose commendable communication skills helped to improve customer relations.
On the night, a special recognition award was given to Joanne Clifford and Gemma Martin, members of the Recruitment Team, for their extraordinary efforts in recruiting staff during the expansion of the Daisy Group, filling 711 positions in just 12 months.
Matthew Riley, Chief Executive Officer, at Daisy Group plc, says: “I would like to say congratulations again to all winners and the nominees for this year’s awards. As an expanding business, we know how important employees are, and it is important that they are aware of that too. Holding these annual awards is a way of saying thank you to our employees and keeping morale high.”