Employee of the Month: Neil Jordan
Neil Jordan started working for Secure Power just three months ago, making him our newest member of the team. Despite being with the company for such a short time, Neil has utilised his expertise and knowledge to transform our financial procedures. These changes have benefited everyone in the company; the company’s financial security has improved and professionalism of the workplace. It didn’t take long for everyone to recognise Neil as the rightful winner of Employee of the Month for February.
Tell us about your role and what you do on a daily basis?
In my first two months at Secure Power, my role mainly consisted of making sure suppliers are paid the correct amount and customers pay us the money that is owed. Some tidying of the finance system has been needed, along with the reconciliation of certain accounts. We are now in the process of changing finance systems, so this brings new challenges along the way. Hopefully, over the next few months, the new system will allow the streamlining of tasks, and keeping on top of supplier and customer transactions will be easier to manage. This will enable me to focus on new tasks, one of which will be to produce a cashflow forecast.
What do you most enjoy about your role?
Although a lot of the tasks are done on a daily or weekly forecast, the role can be varied which I like. And the chance to bring my own ideas to the company will allow me to advance the role.
How do you feel being recognised as Employee of the Month?
I am very pleased that my hard work has been recognised by my colleagues. It has given me confidence, and I am grateful that everyone has made me welcome, in what has been a very enjoyable first three months in my new role.
Any plans of how you are going to use your Employee of the Month prize?
I am in the process of changing my bathroom, so this has contributed towards a new shower. And brought buns and cakes for everyone in the office 😊.
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