Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Charleston County Government and its employees are tasked with serving the public in a friendly, efficient manner. At a Positive Performers Breakfast on Wednesday, May 8, the county took the time to recognize employees who received acknowledgement from the people they serve for a job well done.
Sometimes it was a simple “thank you” that made its way up the chain of command, and some took the time to write an email to an employee’s supervisor. Those messages of appreciation were returned to employees in the form of a recognition certificate given by Charleston County Administrator Kurt Taylor.
Taylor set three internal goals when he took the leadership position: excellence in customer service, boosting employee morale and recognizing good performance.
“It is an honor to serve along with employees who do their jobs so well that that they receive praise from others,” said Taylor. “As I have said before, often in our jobs the public interacts with us not because they want to, but because they have to. It is incumbent upon us to do our best to make that interaction as professional and enjoyable as possible.”
Employees recognized for second quarter 2013:
Administrator’s Office: Sasha V. Fimiani, Jennie Flinn and Lori Lambert.
Assessor’s Office: Elizabeth Clark, Vicky Seigler, Chris Zerbst and Walter Ziegler.
Building Services: Elizabeth A. Turner
Clerk of Council: Beverly Craven, Kristen Salisbury and Marie Schultz.
Community Services: Victoria Marshall
Consolidated 9-1-1 Ctr.: Amy Fletcher, Lisa Nickel and Denise Thompson.
Economic Dev.: Janel Spencer.
EMS: Charles Millican
Facilities (Judicial): Ray Herring, Richard J. Query, Robert B. Smalls and Barney Strock.
Finance Office: Angela Kraft
Human Resources: Dominic Disandro, Margie Gamble, Sue Frost and Karen Green.
Magistrates: Marietta Kelly, Jennifer Knight, Teri Mantilla and Margaret Snyder.
Planning: Sally Brooks, Joel Evans and Fran Wilbanks.
Public Works: Lisa Blackwell, Willie Carpenter, Corey Fields, James Grant, Donald Green, James Jenkins, Kevin Limehouse, Pat Miner, Paul Porter, Jackie Proveaux, Pam Robinson, Raymond Robinson, Corey Rouse and Vernon Smith.
Solicitor’s Office: Teri Porcel
Tech. Services: Siva Angadi, Bhujang Gaikwad, Mattia Galanda, Donald Giacomo, Atanu Pani and Bill Tunick.
The May 8 breakfast was the second in the series of quarterly events.
Taylor will give the same recognition to 18 Charleston County Public Library employees later this month and 56 Charleston County Sheriff’s Office employees in July.
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