Intelife Staff Award winners
Intelife recently announced and celebrated the nominees, finalists and winners of our Charlie Rook and Safety Awards for 2020.
Charlie Rook Award
In memory of Intelife’s Inaugural Chairman and Life Member Charlie Rook who passed away 2013, the Board approved the creation of the annual Charlie Rook Award.
Charlie Rook was instrumental in the establishment and evolution of Intelife during its formative years, and it was his passion and enthusiasm that heavily influenced the strong values and vision that Intelife holds at its heart to this day. This award aims to celebrate an Intelife employee who truly demonstrates the values of our organisation and embodies our vision in all that they do.
Congratulations to the following staff on being nominated and thank you for your commitment and passion for the work that you do at Intelife:
Nancy Hartnett, Kelly Gildare, Rowan Hindry, Cameron Bird, Daisy McGowan, Farah Hussein, Nimita Lal, Lesley Bailey, Alexandra Martin and Nicole Matteo.
The selection committee had a very difficult task in selecting the finalist and winner, and we are pleased to announce the following results:
Finalist – Alexandra Martin
Winner – Nicole Matteo
Nicole received multiple nominations that highlighted her passion, commitment and dedication to both staff and customers and the fact that she often goes above and beyond expectations. She is a great team player and promotes Intelife within the community in Busselton.
Intelife introduced a Safety Award to recognise staff members that go above and beyond to promote the safety culture at Intelife. The annual Safety Award is presented by Zurich Insurance and the winner is chosen from the quarterly winners that were chosen each quarter. The finalists for this year were:
James Higgins, Nicole Matteo, Jack McLoughlin, Carly Atkinson
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the Safety Award for 2020 is Jack McLoughlin.
Jack was selected for proactively supporting staff to understand safety procedures and to submit Take 5’s and Hazard Cards which has resulted in some positive safety initiatives.
Well done to both Nicole and Jack and all of the nominees and finalists, keep up the great work.