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Awarding Employees for Contributions!

 
 
 

The Employee of the Month program provides a formal acknowledgement of the contributions of outstanding Human Service System (HSS) staff. This program also brings attention to the range of services provided by HSS departments. Each month, one HSS department has the opportunity to honor an outstanding employee. Honoree profiles are featured on this site and also in the HS Connection newsletter.

Employee of the Month honorees represent public service at its best. The recognition:

  • Highlights significant employee achievement

  • Encourages innovation and excellence in government

  • Reinforces pride in public service, and

  • Improves morale

Selection is based on the following criteria. Honorees:

  • Reinforce extraordinary efforts on and off the job that contribute to a positive image for the county

  • Promote a high level of public service to our constituents/customers

  • Provide innovative ideas that noticeably benefit the county

  • Demonstrate a willingness to extend himself or herself to help others

  • Represent savings to taxpayers

Each quarter, this site will spotlight HS employees selected as Employee of the Month. Current honorees are featured below. For additional information about each recipient, click on the provided link: it will take you to the HS Connection newsletter. Once there, go to the section titled, Everyday Employees…Extraordinary Work.

April – Lance Mordue, Automated Systems Technician,

Information, Technology and Support Division

Lance has been with San Bernardino County since October of 2004.  He is a member of ITSD's help desk user account management staff where his tasks include quickly processing new employee accounts, changes to existing accounts, as well as processing of requests for accessing those server shares.  Lance is dedicated to providing fast and accurate service to our customers with a rapid turn-around of logon requests received through our online system.  This is true whether he is working on individual requests, or processing moves of entire offices.

Lance also fills in on the help desk during times of excessive call volume or when we are short-staffed, and treats callers with an enthusiastic demeanor while helping to meet their needs.

Lance has a great rapport with his co-workers and supervisors, and welcomes opportunities to assist  whenever needed. [more]

May – Janet Egan, Supervising Social Services Practitioner, Children and Family Services

Janet Egan supervises a blended unit comprised of both intake and carrier workers.  She models for her workers a commitment to the community which is evidenced by the vast amount of time and energy she expends in organizing and participating in various community-based programs and activities. 

Previously she was a social worker assigned to the Operation Phoenix program in the City of San Bernardino.  Janet also has over 15 years experience with the Probation department and currently chairs the CFS/Probation 241.1 Committee.  She is actively involved with the Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (C.A.S.E.), and is organizing a 'Train the Trainers' event through C.A.S.E.'s My Life, My Choice Project.  Janet is also the Central Region's liaison to the District Attorney’s Let's End Truancy program. 

Janet is actively involved in her community.  She initiated and organized the first two years of the annual Play Date at the Special Place Museum, wraps Christmas gifts for children in the foster care system with her Girl Scout Troop, organizes a yearly Book Drive for children, and remains an active member of the Operation Phoenix Street Team.  Janet exemplifies the dedication and professionalism of Children and Family Services through her commitment to serving the children and families of our community. [more]

June - Ed Saucedo, Statistical Analyst, Legislation, Research & Quality Support Services Unit

Legislation, Research, and Quality Support Services recognizes Ed Saucedo for his exemplary service and dedication to helping Human Service departments accomplish their mission and goals.  Ed is currently a Program Specialist II in LRQ.  In his previous assignment in LRQ, Ed consistently volunteered for other duties and worked at improving his skills and knowledge relating to program evaluation and monitoring.  In his current assignment, Ed directs LRQ In- Home Supportive Services Quality Assurance staff and produces management reports and program evaluations for In-Home Supportive Services, Adult Protective Services, and the Public Authority.  Ed constantly works to improve the methodology and accuracy of reports and evaluations for which he is responsible.  In addition, Ed has continued to volunteer for extra duties and assignments and assists other analysts in meeting the Transitional Assistance Departments reporting and evaluation needs.

Ed’s consistently cheerful and helpful attitude and exemplary customer service is greatly appreciated among his co-workers and customers. [more]


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