Seashells recognises outstanding employee

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first_imgThe Pearl of Australia’s North West, Broome enjoys a sub-tropical climate and is a great base for exploring one of the worlds final frontiers – the Kimberley –with its pristine wilderness areas with magnificent gorges, waterfalls, ancient rock formations and important Aboriginal heritage. “This is a lovely acknowledgement.  I’m lucky to be working in a beautiful part of the world and with a fantastic team who are like family. It’s not hard for me to love my job,” Jocelyn said.  The property is located a short stroll away from Broome’s iconic Cable Beach, a 22km stretch of white sand and sparkling blue sea. Seashells Broome general manager Deb Williams said Jocelyn was a worthy winner. “She is an outstanding employee who truly brings value to Seashells Broome. Not only does she keep our guests happy, but she also has great initiative, going above and beyond her duty for staff and guests and is an excellent role model.  “Jocelyn embodies the values and philosophy of Seashells, and she continually sets a standard of excellence in her daily work performance,” she said.center_img “She is always smiling and happy and willing to help out wherever needed,” Deb said.Jocelyn has been with Seashells Broome since 2006 when she worked in the housekeeping department for several months before a brief break in Perth.  She returned to Broome in 2007 as part-time receptionist and within a year was appointed to front office supervisor.  Jocelyn continues in this role and is also the Seashells Broome live-in caretaker with husband Murray. Jocelyn, a mother of two and grandmother of four, was pleased and proud to receive the award. One of the North West’s most popular family holiday properties, Seashells Broome, has awarded front office supervisor Jocelyn Kendall Employee of the Year for 2009 for her outstanding contribution to the business over the last three and a half years. Source = Seashells Hospitality Grouplast_img

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