Recognising Employees For Doing a Crackin’ Good Job

Oct 4, 2018 • #news 

Every few months at Central Finance Management Group we recognise those who have gone above and beyond to deliver incredible work through our Crackin’ Good Job Awards.

Our employees have access to a staff ‘shout out’ wall where they can write a little note of thanks to a colleague anytime and nominate them for an award. Once the wall is looking pretty full, we see which shout outs deserve a closer look. This month we recognise three employees for doing a cracking job this quarter.

Pradha Gurumahan, a Solicitor with our legal firm, Linton Pitt Lawyers joined CFMG in June and has quickly become an invaluable part of the Linton Pitt team.

Navneet Mullee said:

“Pradha is always going out of her way to support her colleagues by putting her hand up to share the workload. She balances competence with friendliness and kindness and we’re so grateful to have her on board.”

Ross Edwards was recently promoted to Acting Head of Collections and has very quickly stepped up to face the new role head on.

Dermot Ormsby said:

“Ross volunteered at short notice to attend a collections conference in Kuala Lumpur where he also had a speaking role on a panel. His performance was stellar and he remained cool, calm and collected showing that he’s up for any challenge.”

Corri-Jade Dalby is a Team Leader in the Collections Team and put in an enormous effort when other management team members and colleagues were out of the office.

Sian Ineson said:

“Corri-Jade did whatever it took to maintain performance and quality while some key players were out of the office. She showed her excellent work ethic by picking up extra tasks and really owning her role.”

Each nomination is judged according to the Central Finance Management Group Family Values. This quarter’s winners demonstrated the following:

  • Deliver Client Service Excellence
  • Every Role is Powerful -> Own Yours!
  • Help Others


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