Bruce County Staff Recognized for Making their Workplace a Better Place

Bruce County’s new “Employee Recognition Program” acknowledges the exceptional work of staff who contribute in an amazing way, to make Bruce County’s workplace even better. Warden Paul Eagleson comments: “it’s important to recognize the work completed by staff or teams of staff when their efforts contribute to the successes of the organization. We hope that the recipients get the powerful message that we appreciate their great work,” he adds.

Staff Recognition Program recipients Jan 2018

Staff in picture are; Andrew Beumer, Kevin Predon, Jaron Kerr, Nancy Kuhl, Chris Irvine, Rachel Hepburn, John Van Deldon, Nancy Reinhart, Paul McGrath, Warden Paul Eagleson, Mike Bererich, Brenda Cziraki and Kelley Coulter CAO


Bruce County Council took the time to understand and appreciate the work of the following employees

Jaron Kerr – Lead Network & Infrastructure Analyst – IT Services

  • Dedication to ensure corporate IT server and hardware upgrades were seamless

Nancy Kuhl – Library Branch Coordinator received two awards,

  • Contribution to the progressive development of the Library program, and
  • Leadership of the Bruce 150th Committee

Chris Irvine – Museum Graphic/Exhibit Designer 

  • Longstanding exceptional graphic design work, supporting the corporation

John VanDelden - Health and Safety Manager

  • Commitment to modernization of the Health & Safety services, and
  • Implementing the new “Lock Out Tag Out Program” across the organization

Nancy Reinhart - Income and Employment Supports Manager

  • Efforts to streamline Income Support Work program and,
  • Positively influencing the county’s Pay Equity Committee

Mike Berberich - Environmental Services Manager

  • Provision of high quality oversight for the 2017 Administration Centre renovations

Bruce County’s 150th Committee

  • Members: Nancy Kuhl, Jessie Fullerton, Andrew Beumer, Kevin Predon, Rachel Hepburn, Paul McGrath, Patricia Farris, Brenda Cziraki
  • Delivering a year’s worth of events celebrating Bruce 150th anniversary

Bruce County’s CAO Kelley Coulter explains that, “Employee recognition is our way of showcasing members of our staff for their outstanding efforts. It is an opportunity for the organization to demonstrated that staff are valued and that their work is appreciated.” She adds that, “continuing this recognition program is a priority and over time it will profile the quality and valuable work that our staff contribute to the County”.


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