The Rotary Club of Gosford City recently conducted its Pride of Workmanship Awards presentation program at the Gosford Regional Gallery, East Gosford.
Pride of Workmanship awards were made to outstanding local employees, whom their business owners or managers believe that they have contributed substantially to their workplace.
Mr Michael Goodwin, President of the Rotary Club of Gosford City, said: “I’m pleased that our Pride of Workmanship Awards program was so successful and I really enjoy seeing outstanding employees recognised for their efforts.”
Pride of Workmanship awards were made to: Mr Charles Boyton, Coast Shelter; Ms Mandy Highgate, NRMA Insurance, Gosford; Ms Jennifer Tapping, Psychology Perspective; Ms Ariella Whitelum, Central Coast Council; Ms Cassie Grentell, Star 104.5 FM; Mr Stephen Keane, Coast Shelter; and, Sergeant Bruce Coates, Brisbane Water Local Area Command.
The club’s Vocational Director, Ms Monique Cardon, said: “There are sound business reasons to create an environment where employees can thrive.
“Happy, healthy people are more motivated and engaged, and tend to stay with an employer for longer.
“We are delighted to publically recognise great people and great workplaces.”
Media release, Jun 10
Bob Ward, Rotary Club of Gosford City