Sale man granted 'Pride in the Job Award'

Sale man granted 'Pride in the Job Award'

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A SALE man has received a national 'Pride in the Job Award'.

Danny McCarron, from Brooklands, works for Bellway Homes as a site manager and was granted the award by the National Home Building Council (NHBC)

Having worked in construction management for 15 years, starting off as a joiner at Bellway Homes and working his way up to site manager, Danny said he is 'thrilled' to have received his first Pride in the Job award.

Danny, aged 52, said: “I am so proud to have received the Pride in the Job Award.

"It is something I have wanted for a very long time. All the hard work has paid off and, together with the team, am pleased my dedication and commitment to delivering quality new-build homes has been recognised.”

Jenny Bell, sales director at Bellway Homes, said: “It is great news that Danny has achieved his first Pride in the Job Award.

"We are thrilled for him – his experience on site clearly impressed the NHBC.”

Danny is responsible for managing the build of 102 two, three and four bedroom homes at Canal Fields, a canal-side development in Sandbach.

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7:09pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Waterburst says...

I used to have pride in my job until three new managers were employed, to replace one! Experienced, knowledgeable, people had there positions made redundant (management speak) only to find hand picked, inexperienced others take on there duties. Customer charges are increased, large salaries and bonuses are paid to management, whilst under pressure, reduced numbers staff are expected to cope with more work and are restricted to one (very) small wage rise in the last three years. And we work for a local charity!
Wonder why I have no pride in my work anymore?
I used to have pride in my job until three new managers were employed, to replace one! Experienced, knowledgeable, people had there positions made redundant (management speak) only to find hand picked, inexperienced others take on there duties. Customer charges are increased, large salaries and bonuses are paid to management, whilst under pressure, reduced numbers staff are expected to cope with more work and are restricted to one (very) small wage rise in the last three years. And we work for a local charity! Wonder why I have no pride in my work anymore? Waterburst
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