Triteq Annual Achievement Award 2011

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We are now at the mid-point for the Triteq Annual Achievement Awards which was launched earlier this year. News of the Award was announced at the Triteq company meeting on Wednesday 16th February and is open to all employees in all departments. It is a way of recognising the Triteq Team and their achievements in and outside the workplace.

Competing in a sporting event, trying to work sustainably, studying for an extra qualification, or doing something to help others – are all acceptable criteria. The qualifying period ensures that existing employees and new members of our team all have the same opportunity to win this prestigious first award! Deadline for nominations is 28th February 2012

Nominations so far:

Simon Day

Simon Day was nominated after being awarded the Employee in Learning Award for his dedication in achieving his IPC Certification, which he studied for in his spare time. After sitting a two hour exam he was delighted to receive confirmation that he had been successful, this has really inspired him and he told me that he would like to learn as much as he can in his work and then study for the Advanced version.

Martin Bund for his concerted efforts in achieving an improved environmental performance at home, despite the red tape!

William Hinojosa for achieving his PhD.

Sue Leach for leading the way in encouraging everyone at Triteq to recycle, re-use and think green in the office.

Iona Crook for competing in the Women's Eight's Head of the River & Reading Half Marathon in one weekend.

Matt Angel for his working contribution to the Black Current Electric Car.

Barry Gillon for competing in the Reading Half Marathon.

I am sure that there are a lot more potential nominees out there, so do please let me know. News of additional nominations will follow over the coming months.

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