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WWC recognizes two as employees of the quarter

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 22nd, 2014


Employees at WWC receive recognition


The Wyoming Womenís Center recently recognized two of their employees for their accomplishments and contributions to the facility. The Wyoming Department of Corrections maintains a policy that recognizes the WDOC philosophy that staff members are their most important assets and deserve to be recognized. A program has been established to acknowledge outstanding staff achievements within the facility on a quarterly and annual basis. The WDOCís employee recognition program is intended to be a peer-based recognition system where an employee may be recognized by his/her peers, subordinates, or supervisors for his/her outstanding contributions to the department. Within WDOC core values, the department recognizes the importance of staff as a departmental strength and a major resource in achieving departmental objectives. The employee recognition program is intended to acknowledge superior contribution and achievement of staff in meeting the departmentís mission and vision. It is also intended to promote and encourage a positive climate wherein staff members feel appreciated for their service and affirmed in their employment with WDOC as a career of choice.

The Wyoming Womenís Center would like to congratulate Ms. Mary Roetman and Officer Phillip Collins for being recognized as the Employees of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2013 (October - December). A ceremony was be held to celebrate their selection and so staff could congratulate these two on achieving the professional standards of conduct that earned them this recognition.

Ms. Roetman was recognized for her willingness to help wherever and whenever needed, anticipating the needs of her co-workers and for her kind and encouraging attitude while remaining professional.

Officer Phillip Collins was recognized for his willingness to cross train on many different tasks to accomplish the needs of his shift, his quick actions taken during a facility emergency and his ability to add humor to daily activities and communications while remaining professional.

Congratulations to them both!!!

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