13 Apr, 2021
Our Good Egg Awards returned for its fourth year running which turned out to be more popular than ever, receiving the highest number of nominations to date.
We first launched the Good Egg Awards back in 2018 to recognise those who have gone above and beyond for their organisations. After a difficult 12 months, it seems more businesses than ever wanted to recognise their employees and nearly 60 nominations were received.
Following the awards ceremony at the end of March, we are pleased to announce the winners of each category:
Quality Egg: Aoife Gilheany from Sonica Fit Out
Internal Auditor Egg: Cathryn Vass from Sutcliffe & Co
Information Security Egg: Marc Baker from Pole Star Global-USA
Health and Wellbeing Egg: Kellie Fieldhouse from Worcestershire Mortgage Services
Most Dynamic Egg: Sanjay Kumar Sah from Makesworth Accountants
Congratulations and well done to all the winners, finalists and nominees, who all received lovely nominations from their colleagues.
As with previous years, for every nomination received, an Easter Egg was also donated to Charity. This year Worcester Foodbank was our chosen charity and thanks to the nominators, we were able to donate over 50 Easter Eggs for distribution to families across the City.
Ruth Allsopp, Operations Coordinator at Worcester Foodbank adds: “’We are so pleased to have been recognised as part of ISO Quality Services’ Good Egg Awards. We love to see the smiles on our clients faces when we offer them Easter Eggs, and would like to say a huge thank you to ISO Quality Services for their continued support and generosity.’
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