Announcing July's Employee of the Month...

Eva Van der Borght|25th July 2016

Here at Blue Latitude Health we like to shine a spotlight on our employees and the hard work they deliver. That’s why the Social Committee introduced an ‘Employee of the Month’ award where everyone can send in their nominations.

This month’s winner was our Talent and Administrative Assistant, Beth. Since she started in January, she has moved mountains. With Blue Latitude Health growing at such a fast pace, Beth has managed to schedule and navigate job interviews for over 25 positions.

She’s also a proud member of the Social Committee, organising plenty of fun events at BLH. This month, Beth received extra praise as she organised an amazing summer party for us! We had a fantastic time playing competitive pubgames, and we enjoyed a live performance of the BLH house band, ‘The Pharmacist’, with a drink in hand. With all the time she puts into her work at BLH, she definitely deserved to win this month’s ‘Employee Of the Month’ award.

 

 

Some of the feedback she received this month:

I imagine the summer party was very stressful to organise, but I had great fun, as did everyone else!
She arranged a laugh-out-loud fun Summer Party. Credit’s due for all of the hard work that must have gone into that.
With all of the new starters throughout the last month, she has been working tirelessly to make everybody feel welcome and orchestrate everyone’s inductions.
For throwing a kick-ass summer party. Very well organised, lots of fun, and otherwise an asset to BLH.

 

Congratulations, Beth! Well done, and we're all looking forward to what you and the Social Committee have in store for us come Christmastime.

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