Employees of the Month April 22

Employees of the Month April 22

Due to a slight backlog in awards being made we have 3 worthy winners to announce: 

Firstly – congratulations to Luke Davey. Nominated by Gary Wilks earlier this year, Luke became a pivotal part of the mobilisation process for the Defence contract. He assisted with a variety of tasks including building office furniture, issuing uniform and activating mobile phones and laptops. In addition, Luke covered over a 200 mile radius between Exeter and Lands End, delivering PPE tablets, kits, and vans.  Gary commented 'without his assistance on the day & in the days leading up to mobilization we would not be as far ahead with FDIS as we are. Luke Davey without doubt, assisted with Dodd Group Defence Services delivering a 100% professional mobilization.' Thank you for your hard work.

We are also pleased to announce the winners for April's Employee of the Month: Kevin Nabbs for Projects and Group and John Piercy for Property Care.

Projects – Kevin Nabbs

Nominated by Mary-Anne Clayton for his 'enduring cheerfulness and helpfulness,' Kevin works tirelessly resolving a range of IT issues across the firm. He often works on the front line, solving business critical IT issues, helping Dodd Group run smoothly. Kevin was also a member of the Head Office support team for the Defence Services Contract. He was instrumental to the success of the Defence Services Transfer in the days following mobilisation. He made himself available to assist with the setting up and management of the new processes for this contract, happily contributing his vast expertise. Thank you on behalf of all who you have supported at Dodd Group. Your help is very much appreciated!

Property Care – John Piercy

During his short time working on the Solihull Community Homes Sprinkler project, John has made significant impact on the success of the contract. He has worked hard to develop a positive relationship with the customers, increasing customer satisfaction to 100%! John often works outside of core hours to support the property access rates, often picking up and dropping keys off early in the morning or late at night. For example, John arranged to collect a tenant's keys at 11.30pm after a complaint about the lighting. He arranged for electricians to access the property at 8am the following morning, who identified and resolved the issue for the tenant. The tenant showed his gratitude for his help through a compliment letter issued to the client. Well done John!

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