Employee of the Month:
Secure Power is proud to announce that for the month of November, our best employee was our Office Manager Andy Palmer. This news comes to no surprise to anybody within the Secure Power team, as without Andy the office would truly be in commotion. Using his expertise, experience, and people skills, alongside his great leadership abilities, Andy ensures that everybody in the office knows what they are doing and most importantly – everyone feels valued. Therefore, it is no surprise that Andy won Employee of the Month. Below we asked a few questions of our winner:
Tell us about your role and what you do on a daily basis?
As Secure Power’s Office Manager I look after the day to day running of the company from an internal pre-sales to post-sales perspective, relating specifically to hardware sales. I also look after the proposals for tender applications Secure Power undertakes, with the help of my colleagues in engineering and sales.
What do you most enjoy about your role?
I really enjoy working with my colleagues whenever they need support, helping them with everything from HR concerns, to technical support, to dealing with clients on their behalf from a customer service perspective.
How do you feel being recognised as Employee of the month?
It’s very nice to get the admiration of your colleagues. I’m not sure what I’ve done in particular this month to get the most nominations, but hopefully I can replicate my success in the future!
Any plans of how you going to use your Employee of the Month prize?
The prize money has already been spent buying lunch for most of my colleagues the Friday after the vote was completed. I hope this will be remembered when it comes to next month’s vote too.
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