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February Local Heroes

Local Hero is a celebration and recognition of those who go above and beyond.

Each of the nominated local hero’s receive a £50 token of our appreciation as a thank-you for everything they do.

Richard Bateman | RCB Operational Support Team

Operations Director, Michael Brian has recommended Richard:

“Richard has worked tirelessly to help support recruitment across a new schools portfolio.

The recruitment drive, was over an intense period in order to ensure we met the clients deadlines in what continues to be a challenging recruitment market.

Richard successfully filled all roles and our clients are extremely happy with the proactive approach we have taken to this contract”


Tracy and Cody Hassell | Sea Mills Primary School, Bristol

According to Bruce Dunn Operations Manager, this is mother and daughter super-duo, Tracey, and Cody Hassell..

"Thank you to Cody who stepped up to help supervise the team during a very difficult time and did a terrific job.

When Tracey returned, she worked like superwoman to get the school to a fantastic standard. We’re so grateful to have these two wonders as part of our team."


Mandy Evans, Site Supervisor at SWP Bridgend Headquarters

Marisa Clark Operations Manager said:

“We would like to thank Mandy for her professionalism and dedication in her support whilst building work was taking place, and for her ongoing commitment in supporting the cleaning team to ensure that the high cleaning standards are continually maintained.”


Kevin Stacey | Mobile Supervisor Dorset

Nina Morgan, Operations Manager said:

"Kevin is a great help and support in East Dorset and has a wonderful rapport with all clients and goes over and beyond. In the last 9 years, Kevin has progressed within the company from being site based to now being the area mobile supervisor.

A big thank you for all your help and long make it continue”.


Lesley & Brad | Broomhill Jr. School

Bruce Dunn commented:

"Lesley and Brad work at Broomhill Jr school. We’ve had a vacancy all month and these two hero’s have put in the extra time and huge effort to make sure the vacant area remains cleaned and at a great standard. We’d be so lost without these two. Their efforts don’t go unnoticed and we’re so grateful to have them."


Jayne Legg

Blaise Primary School

Bruce Dunn wrote:

"The school are thrilled that she’s being recognised for all her hard work.

We have had a vacancy at Blaise all month, as well as days that there has been staff off sick.

Without a second thought, Jayne has stepped in and covered all the sections that were required to be cleaned.

She has been absolutely brilliant to us, as well as the school. We are truly lucky to have Jayne as part of the Glen team."


Friday 3rd March marks Employee Appreciation Day

A day dedicated to acknowledging the work of employees and valuing their effort and contribution. If you get a chance let a colleague know how much you appreciate them. For us, one of the most vital acts of appreciation is listening. Getting your feedback and understanding it, so that we can identify areas to improve and make things better.


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