Who Will Be Crowned Top Employee of the North East?
The North East Employee Awards are off to a terrific start with hundreds of hopefuls applying with a chance to get their tired, work-worn hands on a shiny new awards for their mantle piece (and they’re pretty darn impressive!).
We took to the expertise of our seasoned judges to spend countless hours reading through each nomination and devise a list of all lists, a final list, a shortlist which you will see before you now! Witness… THE PRESS RELEASE! (We’re in it.)
The North East Employee of the Year Awards shortlist has been announced with the very best employees from across the region being invited to a glittering event on November 29 at the Crowne Plaza in Newcastle where they will see who will be crowned winners in each of 10 categories.
The annual event aims to celebrate and reward the talent of employees from across the region in ten categories, including Best Apprentice, Unsung Hero, Team of the Year and the Leadership Award.
There is also a new category for 2019 sponsored by Myndr, The Workplace Wellbeing award. Commenting on the decision to sponsor this category Lizzy Hodcroft said “Myndr is honoured to have opportunity to sponsor or champion those employees that are putting their colleagues wellbeing first. We need to recognise these unsung champions as they often mould the culture of their workplace.”
Nominations have been received from managers, directors and board members from companies and organisations across the region, recognizing the incredible talent of employees in the North East. Companies such as Tesco Underwriting, Sage and Hays Travel have nominated their employees for awards.
Tesco Underwriting are the headline sponsor for the event for the fourth year. Nicky Sutherland, Tesco Underwriting Head of HR and Development said, “We are delighted that so many people have put forward their star employees for these awards and I am really looking forward to the Awards event in November “
The 2018 North East Employee of the Year winner Joanne Vinton-Bullwinkel from Firstsource Solutions Limited said, “This award opened a lot of doors for me and helped me build new working relationships which, in turn, helped me to help others develop and advance within their own careers. “
The event is being organised by events company, The Events Hero and further information can be obtained from www.thenortheastemployeeawards.co.uk.
Event organiser and owner of The Event Hero, Sie Francis said, “We are delighted to be able to celebrate the amazing contribution employees make to the success of their companies. I would like to thank all those who have nominated people for these awards.”
Without further ado, the shortlist for The North East Employee of the Year Awards 2019 is…
Casey Earl, Hays Travel
Joseph West, Sage
Olivia Prest, Hays Travel
Lyndsey Stephenson, Sage
The Claims Customer Experience Leadership Team, Tesco Underwriting
Wayman Development, Wayman Development
MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITY
Charlotte Sigsworth, Hays Travel
Leigh Robinson, Tesco Underwriting
Tim Bellhouse, NBS
Anthony Hunter, Ellingham Hall
Hollie O’Connell , Sage
Laura Taylor Bate, Tesco Underwriting
Mary Rudgard, North East Falconry
TEAM OF THE YEAR
Erin Turnbull, Zerolight
Operational Excellence Team, Tesco Underwriting
Bill Brown, The Hub – Quorum Business Park
Claire McGough, Marmax Products
Jen Waller, Sage
Katherine Brennan, Sage
Cathy McSorely, Zerolight
Katherine Brennan, Sage
Laura McGrath, The Hub – Quorum Business Park
Laura Taylor, Tesco Underwriting
Callum Downs, Sage
Christopher Lamb, Marmax Products
Claire Lusk, The Hub – Quorum Business Park
Katie Allan, Tesco Underwriting
Congratulations to our shortlisted candidates and well done to everyone who was nominated. It was an extremely close call as always.
Tickets are now on sale for the awards ceremony at £85.00 + VAT each or £800.00 + VAT for a private table of 10. Please email email@example.com or call 01388 343 239 to request an invoice. Alternatively you can pay by credit or debit card, however there is an additional charge of 2.3% on all transactions.