Congratulations Olivia Baker: DGS’ November 2018 Employee of the Month

EOTM Nov 2018

Congratulations to Olivia Baker on being named DGS’ November 2018 Employee of the Month! Olivia is an Administrative Analyst within our Facilities Maintenance Division, working with HVAC-R and Contractual Plumbing. She helps to keep the heat on and water running and is always willing to step up to the plate when on the job. Despite having regular work duties, Olivia is eager to work additional hours, including weekends, to help out with DGS events and city-wide projects.
She helps with just about all DGS events and assists with the United Way campaign. When asked to help out, she usually responds with, “I’ll do anything to help you.”

Olivia sets herself apart by her consistent efforts to better herself and DGS. She independently seeks training and additional opportunities to learn and grow. Her kind and patient demeanor helps her work with internal staff and external vendors. She will always follow up on jobs to make sure that contractors stay on task. As a member of the Employee Engagement Committee, she does her part to boost morale and collaboration in her division. Congratulations Olivia, on this well-deserved award!

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