Our February Employee of the Month has been awarded to Katalin Jagicza!
It is with pleasure that we announce that Katalin Jagicza has been selected as our employee of the month for February 2017.
Kat joined the Acuity family in October last year and since then has only received excellent feedback from external and internal clients. From day one Kat has taken on board a number of different projects at 80 Cheapside, exceeding the expectations of our clients and the occupiers of the building. Her positivity, kindness, efficiency and passion for great customer service shines through in her day to day interactions, reflecting Acuity’s mission statement in every way.
The Building Manager at 80 Cheapside commented: “It is a pleasure to work with Kat, from day one she has made an excellent impression not only to the occupiers of the building but also to the wider Building Management Team, who constantly praise Kat for her endless efforts to help and support when needed. The Asset Manager of the building has personally praised Kat for her professionalism and charisma.”
Michele Couri, Acuity Account Manager: “Kat started her journey at 80 Cheapside with a number of different projects, completing them in fast and efficient manner and at the same time ensuring that the visitors and occupiers received the best service possible.
Every month the client expresses his gratitude for Kat’s efforts, emphasizing that she is an asset to the team at 80 Cheapside. I couldn’t agree more, and would like to add that she is not only an asset to the team, but also an asset and great ambassador to the Acuity family! Kat has reorganised the Reception and also created numerous SOPs in order to ensure a consistent and efficient service is provided, even when she is not on site.
Kat deals with challenges in a calm, positive and inspiring manner and I am so proud to have her as part of my team. She has also worked with our Compliance Manager, David Daulby, who praised Kat for her professionalism and organisation on site, providing him with the support he needed.
Well done and keep up the good work!”