Announcing September’s Employee of the Month…

Eva Van der Borght|3rd October 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 is Amanda Bye, our Resource Manager. As our in-house master of time, Amanda ensures the right jobs get the right people for exactly the right amount of time. This last month, Amanda has made the impossible possible on various projects. She juggled the hundreds of requests from different teams with ease and an air of calm. Without Amanda, the department would not be running quite so smoothly or on schedule.

 

Some of the feedback she received this month:

“Always amazing, wonderful to work with, efficient and lovely! - she puts up with a lot of emails from me, and no doubt all of the other account handlers too!”
“She juggles the swarms of requests with ease and keeps an air of calm over the Creative Services team.”
“Wonderful in every way, always helpful, amazing at her job and a lovely person!”
“Amanda makes sure that you get the right resources and the right people when you’ve got a project. She’s always helpful, resourceful and lovely!”

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