At a recent Toronto Workers Club team meeting, CEO Mark Singleton announced 2017’s year of excellence. Focusing not only on the company’s success, but on the service and dedication delivered by the team.
In 2016, we adopted a Rewards & Recognition program that would see team members earn points throughout 2017 based on the Club’s core values – customer, leadership, integrity, community, change and spirit. Each time a team member shows initiative or goes above and beyond, points would be rewarded by Duty Managers and the Leadership team. Coming to the end of the year the top ranked team members could apply for “2017 Employee of the Year”. This would earn them a 5 night Gold Coast holiday including flights and accommodation.
Mark announced our 2017 Employee of the Year, Elyse Millen. Elyse finished top of the Rewards & Recognition leader board with a massive 1250 points. Mark recognised Elyse’s ability to consistently uphold the company’s values while participating in Club themed dress up days, volunteering at our Annual Kids Christmas Party and completing all her compulsory training on time.
The CEO’s Staff Excellence Award was rewarded to Bruce Stephens. “Bruce always comes in the Club leaving hardships of life behind him and presents himself to everybody at any given time, making him an outstanding staff person”, Mark described as thoroughly deserving.
A special mention was then given to Blake Collins for his consistent smile, happy outlook and dedication to his role within the company. Mark described how Blake made his boxing day a pleasure with his positive attitude.
The final award, CEO’s Management Award was rewarded to Jasmin Godwin for her ongoing contribution and dedication to the company earning her a career advancement as a Manager of the Club.
Collectively the Toronto Workers Club Group team is strong, motivated and dedicated to not only their workplace, but to each other.