Award

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Award

To give a contract to a person or company, especially after competitive bidding from multiple persons or companies. That is, a company awards a contract when it decides to do business with somebody.
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David Fairhurst, chief people officer at McDonald's, said: "The Employee of the Year award scheme is designed to reward all of those hard working individuals in our restaurants who consistently contribute to the successful running of the restaurant and inspire other crew members to do the same.
In 2001 bosses at the east end car showroom found dodgy transactions totalling pounds 6,910 carried out by the four-time employee of the year.
WINNER: Newport Mazda sales manager Andrew Morgan Jones is presented with the Employee of the Year award by managing director Adrian Evans
This year's prize winners included Jim Turner, wholesale employee of the year, Lucy Upson and Elaine Wakerell, wholesale supervisors of the year, and Pat Parker, retail employee of the year.
Ron Phernetton, as Refuge Employee of the year by the National Wildlife Refuge Association.
The Chancellor Hotel on Union Square in San Francisco Wins Special Event Award and Wade Heath of the Disneyland Hotel Wins Outstanding Employee of the Year
This week's featured category - hotel employee of the year - is sponsored by Newcastle Futures and will reward someone who makes your stay a memorable one.
One category winner will then be named Employee of the Year.
Mrs Roberts, 68, who works two days a week at Cards+ in the town's Hall Street, is one of eight people shortlisted in the Employee of the Year category at the Greeting Card Retail Awards - the Retas.
Catering manager Diane, a mother- of-three from Newsome, won the employee of the year award.

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