Somerset leisure trust recognises workers at awards show
Monday, 18 June 2012
Workers at a Somerset leisure trust have been recognised for their efforts at an awards ceremony.
Thirteen categories were created as part of the staff recognition, which looked at the achievements of staff with regard to customer service, community engagement and innovation, according to This Is The West Country.
The trust was renamed 1610 in the last year, with its chief executive Tim Nightingale telling the news provider: "We wanted to recognise the achievements of such an inspiring workforce and to thank them for going the extra mile for customers and for making the trust the successful leisure organisation it is today."
Taunton's Castle Sports Centre was among the winners, as it collected the centre of the year honour, while Rebecca Sawtell, head of marketing for 1610, picked up the manager of the year honour.
Such recognition will have certainly helped to boost morale at the organisation, with awards shows acting as one of the many ways that companies can motivate their staff./script>