Senior Case Manager Jenna Tett was one of half a dozen colleagues from across Interserve’s justice business to win awards at the company’s divisional recognition ceremony last week.
Jenna, from the Cheshire & Greater Manchester CRC, was awarded for her work supporting colleagues and working with offenders with drug and alcohol problems, among other issues.
She said: “I was thrilled just to be nominated and shortlisted down to 21 in my category. But what was really overwhelming was the response to the work we do in the Justice sector. The other staff who work for health care and learning and development think the work we do in the CRC is extraordinary.”
The event was held on Wednesday and was hosted by Dougie Sutherland, Executive Director for Developments.
Overall there were 80 nominations from across Interserve’s investments, justice, healthcare, learning & employment businesses. The winners have been entered into Interserve Group’s employee of the year finals, to be hosted next month at the Tower of London.
Ian Mulholland, director of justice, said: “I am delighted that six colleagues from across justice got recognition for their dedication to their work. It is richly deserved and I wish them all the best in the final.
“Probation is a challenging job. But I know from meeting many of you on the office visits that I’ve carried out since joining the company last year, that you are committed to the work and take immense pride in providing the best support to our service users, whether that’s as case managers, Community Payback, as managers or with the Professional Services Centre.
“Interserve’s awards reflect our company-wide commitment to recognising and celebrating everyday greatness from across our business. Nowhere is that more evident than in justice.”