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For her great customer service skills and dedication to her
duties in registering companies, partnerships and trusts, Ms Wendy
Scott received the Chief Officer's award for November 2015 as
the top employee for the Ministry of Financial Services, Commerce
and the Environment.
Ms Scott, a Customer Services Officer for General Registry, was
presented with her certificate on 2 February. The honour is part of
the Deputy Governor's Award scheme for all civil servants.
Her conscientious work entering data, such as the payment of
annual fees; assistance with receptionist duties; and maintenance
of an estimated 250 companies per day are some of the reasons why
she was honoured, said the Ministry's Chief Officer Dr Dax
'For the month of November, Ms Scott stood out among all the
other high-achieving candidates who were nominated', he said.
'Her excellence helps the public to have a good experience with
Government, and I commend her for her dedication'.
Ms Scott said that ever since she joined the department in July
2004, her colleagues have been integral to her success.
'Many Registry employees deserve this award, as they go
above and beyond the call of duty to help our customers,' she
said. 'Even when we do not ask each other for help, we assist
each other. This helps me to give the best customer service that I
can to my co-workers, as well as to clients.
'To me, Registrar General Cindy Bulgin, and Deputy
Registrars Grace Watson and Donnell Dixon, are not only colleagues
and my superiors, but a family away from home', Ms Scott
Mrs Jefferson-Bulgin said she nominated Ms Scott because of her
ability to handle customer enquiries.
'Wendy has consistently performed at a high level and her
diligence has made a big difference, both internally and with
clients. I congratulate Wendy on her achievement and encourage her
to continue performing in an exemplary manner', she said.
Registrar General Cindy
and Chief Officer Dr Dax Basdeo (right)
present Wendy Scott with her award.
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