Receptionist Praised for 40 Years Service

10th July 2012

Long serving receptionist, Vicky Wild has received recognition for her outstanding contribution to the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce after 40 years with the company.

Vicky began working for the Chamber on June 5, 1972 and has continually been the first port of call at the business support organisation on Savile Street. The receptionist, from Manor Park Rise, Sheffield, is a well respected employee who is a great asset to the Chamber. Brenda Jordan, Director of HR and Operations at the Sheffield Chamber, said: 'Vicky is an outstanding woman, always reliable and of great value to the business. Vicky has had personal contact with many staff, Chamber members and external partners during her 40 years of service and has been a focal point of a fantastic team here at the Chamber. Vicky was awarded a commemorative plaque from Brenda and Chamber executive director Richard Wright to mark her fantastic contribution to the company. Vicky added: It is a great honor to receive this certificate of achievement. I have enjoyed many years here and look forward to a few more, working with the great team of staff and our members.

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