Alicia Hewitt – Employee of the Month

Alicia Hewitt – Employee of the Month

Secure Power is committed to recognising and awarding its staff commitment, hard work and passion in the workplace. That’s why Secure Power has an Employee of the Month program where each staff member every month vote for a colleague that they think deserves to win the prize. This month, the Employee of the Month was Alicia Hewitt! Alicia Hewitt is our Maintenance Sales Assistant, and throughout the years of working at Secure Power, she never lost her passion for her job. Below we asked a few questions of her:

So, tell us about your role and what it involves?

First of all, the Maintenance Team ensures that all the contracts are quoted and monitored methodically and effectively. This is to make sure that all of our customer needs are met and managed correctly. My role involves overseeing of the day to day functions of the Maintenance Team; I’m responsible for making sure that everything runs smoothly. As a company we take pride in providing the best customer service in the market, therefore, it’s vital for me to make sure that we keep our customers satisfied at all time.

Congratulations on winning the prize! How do you feel?

Thank you! I’m very grateful for the support I received from my colleagues and I truly hope that we can continue to succeed as a team.

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