Rewards and Recognition
Date Edited: July 13, 2012
2011 Healthy Workplace AwardWe are proud to announce that JMCC is the recipient of the PLATINUM 2011 Healthy Workplace Award presented today by Go For Health Windsor-Essex and the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit. The award recognizes JMCC for its exemplary leadership role in developing and implementing programs and policies that promote the support of health and well-being of its employees, retirees and their families.
Thanks to our Wellness Committee for all of their efforts on behalf of the staff and for providing leadership in health and wellness. Bronze, Gold and now Platinum. We are extremely proud of our very dedicated team's accomplishments.
Work Place Safety AwardsOctober 27, 2010
The JMCC Wellness Committee was honoured with the prestigious Gold Healthy Workplace Award by Go For Health Windsor-Essex and the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit
Ontario Association Recognizes well known Local, Stephen Payne with Distinguished Service AwardNovember 23, 2009 (Tecumseh, ON) Ms. Carolyn Tavolieri, Board President of the John McGivney Children's Centre is pleased to announce that on November 9, 2009 well known community volunteer, Stephen Payne was the recent recipient of the Ontario Association of Children's Rehabilitation Services Honours of the Association award.
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Annual Real Estate Board Award Winners AnnouncedBy Dave Hall
The Windsor Star
Sarah McLean, who was four months pregnant when she rescued two men from a burning home last January, has been rewarded with an Act of Bravery award by the Windsor-Essex County Real Estate Board. McLean heard a loud explosion around 10:45 p.m. Jan. 31 and raced across the street to a neighbour's home which was already in flames. After attempts to kick in the front door failed, McLean climbed through a first-floor window and guided the home's two occupants to safety.
The board's community service award was given to Stephen Payne of the John McGivney Children's Centre, an organization which helps children and young adults suffering with neurological problems. Anna Vozza of Bob Pedler Real Estate, who serves on the association's board and also acts as event co-ordinator for the International Women's Day committee, was named realtor of the year. The association's board also handed out $2,000 scholarships and bursaries to Stephanie Fernandes, Noelle Montcalm and Ashley Boutros.
Workplace Wellness AwardsThe 5th Annual Working Toward Wellness 2006 Workplace Wellness Awards were recently presented to 14 workplaces from Windsor-Essex County. View Full Award.