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Sherelle Clarke wins first Employee of the Month Award for 2021

Front Pages 19 Mar, 2021 Follow News

Sherelle Clarke with Deputy Governor Franz Manderson

Sherelle Clarke, HR Systems and Payroll Manager in the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture and Lands (MEYSAL), is the Cayman Islands Government’s Employee of the Month for January.

Deputy Governor Franz Manderson recently presented Ms Clarke with the award, which is part of the Deputy Governor’s Awards Programme (DGAP). She was selected for providing an Excellent Customer Experience to her external and internal customers.

This is the second occasion that the DGAP is recognising Ms Clarke for her outstanding work. In 2015 she earned a Chief Officer’s Choice award while working in the Portfolio of the Civil Service.

Her current duties within MEYSAL mean she is responsible for the management of the payroll and benefits for more than 1,100 clients. Those responsibilities include providing training on the Leave Tracking and Time Recording systems. She also plays a crucial part in ensuring that all Ministry employees and eligible dependents are covered by the national insurance carrier CINICO.

Ms Clarke was described by her nominator Watoya Stewart as always being patient and consistent in her approach, treating all fairly and taking pride in her work.

The Deputy Governor, in presenting the award to Ms Clarke, said, “I was most impressed by a very powerful statement made by your Line Manager about your performance; she stated, ‘Sherelle is a high-performing employee whose capabilities are endless. She is a pleasure to work with and to manage.'”

Acting MEYSAL Chief Officer Lyneth Monteith stated that Sherelle is known for her excellent follow-up skills and will make every effort to communicate any changes to policies and deadlines to those who will be affected. This demonstrates she is well-organised and that her duties within the Ministry are carried out to the highest of standards.

In closing, the Deputy Governor thanked Sherelle for for demonstrating such a remarkable level of performance and commitment to the Cayman Islands Government.

The Deputy Governor’s Awards Programme was suspended in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more about how the programme works and see the monthly submission deadlines for nominations during 2021.


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