Congratulations to Paulette Brown, ICT Desktop Engineer, who has been presented with our latest Star of the Month award for always going above and beyond to support staff across the Trust who are experiencing ICT issues.
Jackie Smith, Trust Chair, surprised Paulette on Wednesday 11 March in a team meeting to present the award. Jackie presented Paulette with a gift voucher, certificate, badge, cakes and flowers. Jackie said: “To be nominated by two members of staff from two different departments demonstrates just how valued Paulette is. When I first started as Chair of the Trust, Paulette helped me get my iPhone set up and her friendly and helpful manner was much appreciated when I started my new role.”
Paulette was nominated by Dionne Holness, Executive Office Manager and PA to the Chair and Chief Executive and Neelam Sharma, Chief Pharmacy Technician.
ICT colleagues also praised Paulette on how she will always make time for them, no matter how busy she is.
Part of Paulette’s nomination noted: “Paulette is fantastic at helping us whenever we have any IT problems. She goes out of her way to get things working, has stayed after hours when things have needed to be done outside of normal work hours to not affect normal service.
Paulette said: “I really enjoy my job and I work as part of a fantastic team. It’s lovely to be recognised - so thank you so much!”
If you know someone who deserves to be recognised as our next Star of the Month, you can nominate them here: https://www.candi.nhs.uk/news/star-month
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