Triteq Annual Achievement Award

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The Annual Achievement Award was introduced in February this year and is open to all employees in all departments. It is our way of recognising our team and their achievements in and outside the workplace.

When I began working closely with Triteq in December last year, I was amazed at the incredible achievements of the people in this great company across so many different areas. So now we have passed the half way stage, lets view the nominations: Simon Day shown here with Triteq director, Steve Lane was nominated after being awarded the Employee in Learning Award for achieving his IPC Certification, whcih he studied for in his spare time.

Sue Leach, was nominated for leading the way at Triteq to encourage everyone to recycle, re-use and think green in the office. Martin Bund for his concerted efforts in achieving an improved environmental performance at home, despite the red tape. 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 and Barry Gillon for competing in the Reading Half Marathon.

Iona Crook nominated for her sporting achievements.

I am looking forward to receiving more nominations in the second half of the year and will add more informaiton and news as soon as it is available.

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