LIME Honours Long-Serv­ing Em­ploy­ees

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

Twelve LIME St. Lu­cia em­ploy­ees have been hon­oured for their long­stand­ing and ded­i­cated ser­vice to the com­pany.

Rec­og­niz­ing em­ploy­ees for their hard work and ded­i­ca­tion to ser­vice is a time-hon­oured tra­di­tion at LIME. As one of St. Lu­cia’s largest and most en­dur­ing em­ploy­ers, the com­pany has long been known for its com­mit­ment to em­ployee devel­op­ment and train­ing and its gen­er­ous benefits pack­age.

The lat­est award re­cip­i­ents were hailed for their loyal ser­vice pro­vided over pe­ri­ods rang­ing from 10 to 20 years. The pre­sen­ta­tions were held on Mon­day Fe­bru­ary 16, 2015 at the LIME Corinth com­pound and were at­tended by a num­ber of high-level of­fi­cials in­clud­ing Ms Geral­dine Pitt, CEO LIME South­ern Clus­ter, and Head of Hu­man Re­sources - South­ern Clus­ter, Mr Joseph Au­gustin.

The three long­est-serv­ing em­ploy­ees were each hailed for their 20 solid years of ser­vice to the com­pany, namely Ron­ald Joseph, CFO, Eusta­cia Fer­di­nand, Rev­enue As­sur­ance and Don­ald Do­rius, Head of Sales cur­rently on as­sign­ment in Gre­nada.

Also recog­nised for 15 years of ster­ling ser­vice to the com­pany were Terry Hunte, Credit Con­trol, Dahlia Felix, Cus­tomer Sup­port and Cindy Joseph, Re­tail Agent.

The awards for 10 years of ser­vice went to Valentina Au­bert, Ber­linda Modeste, He­len Lubrun, Sil­vanus Primus, Neila Melius and Rosana St. Martin.

The em­ploy­ees were each re­warded with a mon­e­tary gift and plaque.

“It’s a priv­i­lege to work day in and day out with fun, hard­work­ing and tal­ented peo­ple,” said the Head of Hu­man Re­sources - South­ern Clus­ter, Mr Joseph Au­gustin. “Our Long­stand­ing Ser­vice Awards is a demon­stra­tion of LIME’s com­mit­ment to our em­ploy­ees and an ac­knowl­edge­ment of the fact that our mission of con­tin­u­ously im­prov­ing our ser­vices could not have been achieved with­out their ded­i­ca­tion and ex­pe­ri­ence. We’re in a fast-paced and in­creas­ingly high-tech in­dus­try and we need top tal­ent and the pas­sion and en­thu­si­asm of our staff to suc­ceed and stand out in the mar­ket. As our most valu­able as­sets, we rec­og­nize and take pride in their re­lent­less pur­suit of ex­cel­lence in de­liv­er­ing un­matched ser­vices to our cus­tomers,” he added.

Mr Au­gustin said LIME’s pro­posed merger with Colum­bus Com­mu­ni­ca­tions would fur­ther strengthen the com­pany’s man­age­ment team with highly skilled, ex­pe­ri­enced and com­mit­ted em­ploy­ees fo­cused on de­liv­er­ing a world-class cus­tomer ex­pe­ri­ence and ser­vice ex­cel­lence.

“In the com­ing months, cus­tomers will begin to en­joy much greater choice, im­proved re­li­a­bil­ity and per­for­mance and a com­pre­hen­sive and highly in­no­va­tive port­fo­lio of high­qual­ity prod­ucts and ser­vices. We’re com­mit­ted to de­liv­er­ing the best net­works and the best ser­vice ex­pe­ri­ence to cus­tomers across Saint Lu­cia,” Mr Au­gustin said.

LIME long­stand­ing em­ploy­ees pose with Geral­dine Pitt (sec­ond from left) LIME

CEO South­ern Clus­ter.

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