Prince Personnel, based at Grosvenor House on Central Park, launched the award to find its most successful candidate and this month’s stand-out employee is Kara Savage.
Kara has been working on a temporary basis for a packaging manufacturing company in Telford as a part-time administrator, and the management team have been so impressed with her work that they’ll be sorry to see her leave.
Angela Collins, from the company, said: “Kara’s time-keeping, dedication, attendance, flexibility, capability, appearance and attitude have all been outstanding.
“Nothing is ever too much trouble for Kara and each task she has undertaken has been carried out brilliantly.
“She may have been working for us part-time supporting the sales admin and accounts teams, but she has regularly swapped her working hours to suit the needs of our business.
“Kara is due to start maternity leave soon, and she will be sorely missed by everyone.”
Maria Sandford, who runs Prince Personnel, said her team had received a huge number of recommendations for the latest award.
“The quality of the nominations has been particularly good this month, and we’re always extremely grateful to the employers who step forward to recommend our candidates.
“We pride ourselves on doing everything possible to ensure a successful placement, including pre-screening candidates, referencing, quality assessments, and legal checks.
“Clearly our attention to detail is paying off as we have had some very special nominations which made choosing a winner very difficult.”
Winners of the Temp of the Quarter award have the option of choosing a hamper of goodies as a prize or asking Prince Personnel to donate £50 to their chosen charity.
Pic: Kara Savage (centre) receives her Temp of the Quarter Award from Angela Collins (left) and Zoe Hamer from Prince Personnel