Nominate for Rotary awards

THE Pride of Workmanship Program is a Rotary vocational service project which has been an ongoing program in Australia since 1975.

It enables employers in the community to help employees achieve the goal of job satisfaction and publicly recognise them for their efforts.

Participating businesses promoted the pride of workmanship theme of "do it once - do it well" throughout their organisation and nominated employees worthy of recognition, not only within the organisation, but the wider community.

Nominees of the Pride of Workmanship Program are presented with a certificate and plaque in recognition of their achievements.

The Rotary Club of Gympie Cooloola invites all local employers to participate in Rotary's pride of workmanship awards.

Rotary believes pride of workmanship - the sense of responsibility to do a job well, to strive for excellence of service and to give of oneself to a chosen vocation - is one of the greatest intangible resources yet to be recognised in our working community.

As part of the club's campaign to encourage the pride of workmanship theme, the Rotary Club of Gympie Cooloola would like, through employers, to give recognition to employees, either as individuals or as a team or department, who have embraced the fundamental principle of pride of workmanship - do it once - do it well.

Nominations will close on Friday, May 11.

Phone Judy Arthur, vocational director of Rotary Club of Gympie Cooloola, on 0407582527 for nomination forms.

The presentation of the awards will be made at Gunabul Homestead on Tuesday, May 29, starting at 6.30pm.

The function will be in the form of a dinner with awards being presented about 7.45pm.

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