Our Good Egg Awards Return!

24 Feb, 2020

We’re pleased to announce the return of our Good Egg Awards and for every nomination received, we’ll donate an Easter Egg to our local children’s hospice.

Employee recognition plays a vital role in retaining talent in our organisations but it’s hard to recognise those whose contributions aren’t measured simply with sales figures or Twitter followers.

Our Good Egg Awards give recognition to those who are the backbone of our organisations but whose contributions are frequently overlooked.  It takes just a minute to nominate someone for their chance to win a hamper of chocolate.  Simply read through the categories below and make someone’s day by nominating them here.

For every nomination received, we’ll also donate an Easter Egg to Acorn Children’s Hospice.

Unfortunately not everyone can be a winner, but everyone entered will get a Nomination Certificate, which provide great recognition for your team members.

You have until 5 pm on Friday 27th March to nominate, winners will be selected at random.

Acorn Children’s Hospice provide those under the age of 18 with life limiting or life threatening conditions and associated complex needs with a network of specialist palliative nursing care and support.

You nominate… we donate! 

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