IN THIS EDITION
ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS
STORIES FROM THE HIVE TIMES
STRONG UPDATE ‘MEET SATURN’
SUSTAINING OUR COMMUNITIES
Honouring the past, treasuring the present and shaping the future!
THAI BEEF SALAD
STORIES FROM THE HIVE
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October is National Safe Work Month. Here is an industry snap shot of the fatalities and serious workers’ compensation claims.
Accommodation and food services
Source: Safe Work Australia’s work-related traumatic injury fatalities data set 2012–16 and national data set for compensation-based statistics 2011–12 – 2015–16. *this proportion is based on the total worker fatalities over the five year period from 2012 to 2016.
Fiona delivered an inspiring open address and welcomed our Sodexo friends into the mix. We had an abundance of Stories From The Hive from David Goodwin, Shaun Palmer, Jason Tanner and Natalie Szkraba. Following this was the immersion rooms. The standout being the operations immersion room where “A day in the life of a Village Manager” was role played to great
By Darren Andrew | National Learning + Development Manager
Honouring the past, treasuring the present and shaping the future!
success. So many people have commented on the acting ability demonstrated and key messages from this room. We then headed off to Serafino Winery for some wine tasting, dinner and the return of the Trivia Night hosted by our very own Laura Ahern. Special mention to a surprise guest “Sticker Man” (pictured right). You know who you are and we
The 2017 Morris Annual Leaders’ Conference (13 - 16 September) was held in Adelaide, South Australia. The theme for this year’s conference was ‘Honouring the Past, Treasuring the Present and Shaping the Future.’ FUN FACTS: 550 hours of work was put in by the conference team to ensure the event was managed successfully. 158 delegates, business partners,
all have your back. DAY TWO kicked off with a breakfast hosted by our ELT members for the platinum sponsors. Next up was the sponsor presentations followed by a combined effort from Chris Jury (Morris) and Keith Weston (Sodexo) discussing emerging local and global trends in the industry.
facilitators and guests attended the conference. 140 people
The trade show kicked off in high gear with seven
attended the gala dinner. 41 business sponsors supported the event.
corporate booths being included for the first time. This
The conference saw 40 trade show booths, 6 immersion rooms, 4
was a new initiative and one which we hope to continue.
venues. Darren said “awesome” 28 times across the three days.
At the conclusion of the trade show, we headed back in
Some highlights from day one included:
for the final session which was a Q&A panel discussion led by Fiona, Keith and Darren with the content coming from
The appearance of the Morris Bee to “assist” with the opening of the
our rotating groups and the conference app.
conference. I use the term assist loosely as I am not sure how much
This is the fifth conference I have been involved with
help she was, however, upon review of the video (available on The Hive), a few moments of hilarity ensued. We had an awesome Welcome to Country by Mickey Kumatpi Marrutya O’Brien from the Kaurna people and the Narrunga people (Adelaide Plains and the York Peninsula). What stuck in my mind was when he passed on wise words from his father, “Aboriginal people have always welcomed people to this country, we just never told them to go home”.
and by far the best. Thanks to those that have provided feedback about the future of the conference via our post conference survey. We will ensure your voices are collectively heard. So, what of the future of the conference? One thing’s for sure, the enormous value of the conference cannot be underestimated, the ability to pause, reflect and connect with each other in a 3B way is immense. I am wildly optimistic in an awesome way.
For more pictures from the conference, please check out Yammer!
Honouring the past, treasuring the present and shaping the future! The trade show kicked off in high gear with seven corporate booths being included for the first time, this was a new initiative and one which we hope to continue.
For more pictures from the conference, please check out Yammer!
Honouring the past, treasuring the present and shaping the future! The 2017 Annual Awards Gala Dinner was held at the
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR ’EMMA PAULL’: (L-R) Shaun Palmer, Fiona Berkin, Emma Paull, John Thermos (Bidfood Australia)
National Wine Centre in Adelaide and concluded the two-day conference. At the dinner, the outstanding achievements of our sites, managers, suppliers and individuals were acknowledged. This year, the winners were as follows:
PROCUREMENT SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR AWARD MorCo Fresh
SITE OF THE YEAR (WSB) AWARD ’ARGYLE VILLAGE’ (L-R) Craig Wyeth (Parmalat), Fiona Berkin, Jason Tanner, Shaun Palmer
RETAIL SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR AWARD Metcash Convenience HSE SITE OF THE YEAR Reedy Creek and ERA MOST IMPROVED SITE Origin FM 3B CHAMPION AWARD Ngaire Lang of Blackwater SITE OF THE YEAR (ESB) Collinsville Village MANAGER OF THE YEAR (ESB) Steven Thomson of Reedy Creek SODEXO QUALITY OF LIFE Bianca Formica of the Perth Office SITE OF THE YEAR (WSB) Argyle Village MANAGER OF THE YEAR (WSB) Paul Mulready of Cloudbreak EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR Emma Paull of Argyle
3B CHAMPION AWARD ’NGAIRE LANG’: (L-R) Adrian Bridge, Fiona Berkin, Kim MacElroy (Kim accepted the award on behalf of Ngaire)
SODEXO QUALITY OF LIFE AWARD
’BIANCA FORMICA’ (L-R) Fiona Berkin, Bianca Formica, Shaun Palmer
This year, the MC for the evening was comedian Ben Darsow. He was an absolute hit with the crowd which set a fantastic tone for the entire evening. The band for the night, Triplescore, did a fantastic job of getting the crowd up and dancing.
PROCUREMENT SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR ’MorCo FRESH’ Paul Moraitis and the MorCo Fresh team were pleased to accept their award
RETAIL SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR
MOST IMPROVED SITE OF THE YEAR
’METCASH CONVENIENCE’: (L-R) Peter Filshie, Fiona Berkin, Matt Siddel
(L-R) Mathew Johnson (Biopak) Fiona Berkin, Ben Edwards, Adrian Bridge
MANAGER OF THE YEAR (ESB)
‘STEVEN THOMSON’ (L-R) Adrian Bridge, Steven Thomson, Fiona Berkin, Michael Pinna (Primo)
HSE SITE OF THE YEAR ’ERA & REEDY CREEK’: (L-R) Greg Chrisfield, Steven Thomson, Fiona Berkin, Chris Francis, Greg Litzner (Frucor)
SITE OF THE YEAR (ESB) ’COLLINSVILLE VILLAGE’: (L-R) Adrian Bridge, Fiona Berkin, David Goodwin, Steve Pike (Fonterra)
MANAGER OF THE YEAR (WSB)
’PAUL MULREADY’ (L-R) Marcus Patton, Alex Bruinewoud (CC Amatil), Fiona Berkin, Paul Mulready, Shaun Palmer
SITE OF THE YEAR (WSB) ~ Argyle Village
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR ~ Emma Paull
“I am extremely grateful to be recognised for this award. At Argyle, our Morris family is constantly faced with new challenges on a daily basis and we always come together to achieve the best results.” ~ Emma Paull (Site Administration, Argyle Village)
“It was a great honour to receive the WA Village of the Year Award on behalf of the Argyle Team. I have never worked with such a dedicated group of workers as I do at Argyle. Over the last 12 months we have built stability, consistency and passion in how we go about our day to day business. Argyle is very proud of our 3B culture and this is recognised in our latest Guest Satisfactory Survey result of 99%. We look forward to the challenges ahead and implementing improvements over the next months.” ~Jason Tanner (Village Manager, Argyle Village)
“On behalf of MorCo Fresh, we would like to sincerely thank the Morris management and staff for the award of ‘Supplier of the Year’. We are honoured to accept this award. To be considered for this award and winning was a dream come true for the MorCo Fresh family. None of this could have been achieved without the help of our fantastic MorCo Fresh team - from our office administration, our pickers and management. As a team we strive to consistently deliver constant supply, quality and a happy experience to all of your Morris sites. We are passionate about our industry and our customers.
SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR ~ MorCo Fresh
MorCo Fresh is a family business built on family values and to win this award is very special to the whole of the MorCo Fresh Business. We thank you and look forward to a long and happy business relationship into the future.” ~ Paul Moraitis Executive Chairman (MorCo Fresh)
(L-R) Shane Law, Ben Edwards, Leigh Crawford, Russell Northam
MOST IMPROVED SITE ~ Origin FM
HSE SITE OF THE YEAR~ ERA
“We are so proud of what we have achieved in the first year of this contract. Winning this award truly shows that strong and passionate leaders who work together as one can get the zero harm safety message across our site. This just shows what a great safety culture the ERA team have and we couldn’t be happier that our efforts have been recognised at the highest level.” ~ Chris Francis (Village Manager, ERA)
“The Origin FM team had a difficult start to a very technical and demanding contract, but have consistently improved over the past two years. Initially, we did not have vehicles or tools, to manage assets across six different camps and operating centres that are hours apart by road. Since that time we’ve implemented a preventative maintenance schedule, provide reactive call-outs, service multiple sites and manage various subcontractors. We’re now at a stage where we’re offering efficiency gains (cost reduction) and better recommendations for asset utilisation and maintenance practices. To come such a long way in a short time is a significant achievement by the site based FM teams.” ~ Ben Edwards (Executive GM, FM)
Honouring the past, treasuring the present and shaping the future!
(L-R) Bianca Formica, Connor Padman, Brittney Moroko, Marcus Patton, Jay Jepsen
(L-R) Jason Tanner, Mary Gibbs, Emma Paull
The National Wine Centre
Comedian Ben Darsow
(L-R) Laura Ahern, Kate Fiedler
(L-R) Saturn Turnbull, Debbie Grylls
(L-R) Kim Logue, Hannah Maurice
(L-R) Steve Thomson, Raechel Matthews, Leigh Crawford, Russell Northam (L-R) Wendy White, Kim MacElroy, Teremoana Gillam, Denise Lobley
For more pictures from the conference, please check out the Morris Facebook page.
(L-R) Mary Gibbs, Daniel Zarew
(L-R) Sumedha Vernon, Peter Corrish
(L-R) Peter and Sharon Filshie (L-R) Jennifer McColl, Darren Andrew (L-R) Allison Roach, Les Seaton
(L-R) Geraldine Cavanagh and Paul Cavanagh
(L-R) Fiona Berkin, Peter Filshie
(L-R) Shane Law, Ray Watt
(L-R) Dean McGlynn, David Rosenthal
(L-R) Stephanie Stone, Lea Finau
How long have you been a Health & Lifestyle Coordinator (HLC) and how long have you worked with Morris? I have been a HLC since October 2016 when I first started in Morris. However, I have been a personal trainer/group fitness instructor for 15 years in which I owned my own gym for 10 years.
So far, from what you have learnt and seen, what do you enjoy most about being a HLC and working for Morris? I love my role as HLC here at Cloudbreak. I have discovered there is a definite need for the residents to have access to prehabilitation resources such as foam rolling and stretching and learning to self-manage their injuries or overworked muscles. My enjoy helping people to achieve their weight loss goals, but even more satisfying, is being able to help minimise the level of pain that people are experiencing. This leads to healthier sleep patterns and overall improved fatigue management (both physical and mental).
What has been your career highlight to date? Definite highlight of my personal training career was having my fitness initiatives making it to the national news on television in a full five-minute interview, as well as various other TV appearances.
Can you share any tips or challenges you’ve faced on your journey? Learning and training never ends. You can never know everything. Knowledge is power. My biggest personal challenge was when my own health declined due to extreme stress and post trauma stress. My thyroid
malfunctioned and I developed insulin resistance that lead to type 2 diabetes and adrenal fatigue.
whether your client achieves their goal, whatever that goal may be. Making their goal your goal.
Keeping my head high and continuing to restore my health despite not feeling like I looked (or felt) like the health and wellness role model that I wanted to be was so disheartening.
Following up: Anyone can set a programme, but following up and ensuring they are motivated and on track, encouraging and inspiring people to continue. Tracking progress is a must.
Overcoming these issues and reversing the diabetes only contributes to the knowledge and understanding that I have to share with others.
Leading by example: In order to promote a healthy lifestyle, it certainly helps to lead one.
What do you like to do in your spare time? I love to indulge in massages and anything that revitalizes and recharges me. Exercise is always a big part of my life whether that be walking my dog, weight training with friends or dancing. Travel – I work so I can travel.
What’s the best advice you have received? Sir Howard Morrison, one of New Zealand’s leading television and concert performers, came up to me after one of his opera performances with Dame Mulvina Major, he said: “You were the first person I noticed when I walked into the Theatre. Your energy and charisma stands out a mile. People will always try to cut you down, I am telling you now young lady, you are amazing. Follow your instincts, be true to yourself, always believe that you can be more and shine BRIGHT.” Sir Howard has since passed away. I will never forget that night for as long as I live.
What are the key ingredient to being successful in the health and fitness industry? Being genuine: Really caring about
Honesty and Empathy. During my personal training journey, I have always maintained an open minded approach to health and wellness. I am able to take a large variety of group fitness classes ranging from Body Combat, Mini Trampoline classes, Zumba, Yoga, Weight lifting. I believe that having a broad knowledge and ability to teach such variation makes a more versatile personal trainer and being able to cater for a diverse range of clients.
Name three people either dead or alive you would invite to dinner and why? My two sons – dinner together for us is a rarity but we have so many laughs when we do, they are hilarious, they remind me of me. My best friend Michael who was killed in our last year of high school. He was head boy and I was head girl, we were going to “rule the world” together. One more dinner to discuss life’s conquests so far would be amazing.
If a movie was made about your life - what would it be called and who would play you? “The Woman With Multiple Personalities“ - starring Angelina Jolie.
On behalf of Morris, Katrina Robertson (Touch Base), Chaplain Duncan Whitchurch and the HLC team Iâ€™d like to say a big thank you to everybody that attended the RUOK? breakfast fundraiser at Reedy Creek, Condabri Central and Spring Gully villages. It was a huge success at all three sites with relevant and useful information facilitated by Chaplain Duncan Whitchurch and Katrina Robertson around the RUOK? concept and vision; to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with people around them and support anyone struggling with life.
Byerwen Coal Project The mobilisation team, lead by Les Seaton, have successfully mobilised Byerwen Village. The team included Darren Adams, Dragos Criveanu, David Rosenthal, Paula Oâ€™Connor and Christine Cavanagh. The team has had to work with a multitude of contractors on the ground during the construction of the new village and the team has done this safely. The feedback from the client to date has been nothing but praise.
Across the whole project, the fundraising support has raised over $5,500. Thank you to Origin Area Managers for your support. Thank you once again to all work groups that attended. We appreciate your time, donations and attendance. ~ Debbie Grylls (Origin HLC)
Golden Grove residents can now enjoy barrista coffee with the introduction of Your Cuppa on site.
SUSTAINING OUR COMMUNITIES Deadly Choices The Collinsville Village team were proud to support the Deadly Choices BBQ held locally yesterday. This was the second year for this fantastic community event which promotes local Indigenous health. Approximately 140 people enjoyed the Morris menu of Kangaroo sausages and lemon myrtle marinated chicken breast.
We are now into the spring season and this aromatic Asian beef salad combines lemon flavoured coriander leaves with cool cucumber, refreshing mint and rare beef. It is a true healthy choice not only within the many villages that Morris run and operate, but in the family home to enjoy and share with friends. This salad can be enjoyed at any time of the day as a snack or lunch or as a main meal in the evening. Ingredients Salad
16 cherry tomatoes, quartered 200 grams of Mixed mesclun leaves picked and torn 1/2 of a wombok cabbage thinly shredded 1 continental cucumber, halved lengthways, thinly sliced diagonally 1 red onion, halved, cut into thin wedges 3 spring onions thinly sliced diagonally 100-gram bean sprouts 2 long fresh red chillies, halved, deseeded, thinly sliced lengthways 1 bunch fresh mint, coriander, Thai basil leaves picked and torn 50-gram of toasted cashew nuts, coarsely chopped 4 kaffir lime leaves, centre veins removed, finely shredded
1 fresh lime zested and juiced 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 TBS finely chopped palm sugar 1 TBS fish sauce 2 TBS sesame oil 1 TS light soy sauce 2 TS finely grated fresh ginger 2 roots from the coriander washed and chopped fine 600 g beef rump steak with fat trimmed
1/2 cup of crispy Asian onions Fresh lime wedges
Step 1 Whisk together all ingredients for the dressing in a jug. Place the steak in mixing bowl. Drizzle with half the dressing. Cover with plastic wrap and place in the fridge, turning occasionally, for two hours (or even better, leave overnight) to develop the flavours. Step 2 Preheat a barbecue grill or pan on high. Cook steak on grill for 2-3 minutes each side or until cooked to your liking. Transfer to a plate and cover and set aside for 10 minutes to rest. Step 3 Place salad ingredients in a large bowl. Thinly slice steak across the grain and add to the salad. Drizzle with remaining dressing and gently toss to combine. Divide salad among bowls/plates and serve immediately with fresh lime wedge and crispy onions to add an extra depth of texture and flavour.
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH AUGUST
Winner SHARON MIDSON COLLINSVILLE MAINTENANCE MANAGER “Sharon Midson is always an exceptional employee and has progressed from a grounds utility, to grounds maintenance supervisor, to maintenance manager in the last two years. Sharon has been instrumental in the Tropical Cyclone Debbie Recovery Project and the Town Room Upgrade Project. Recently Sharon exercised her CEOs right to stop work at the commencement of an asbestos removal project and the job was completed risk and incident free. Sharon represents everything that is good about our people everyday.” ~ David Goodwin
Also Nominated JASON TANNER ARGYLE VILLAGE MANAGER
NEIL DAVIS CONDABRI VILLAGE REFRIGERATION MECHANIC
“Jason leads by example and isn’t shy in getting his hands dirty and working side by side with the team. Jason’s customer service focus was demonstrated by Argyle’s last two rounds of resident satisfaction survey results which were 99% on both occasions. The village management section came through at 100% satisfaction.” ~Todd Crawford
“Neil always goes above and beyond to deliver quality work and makes new team members feel welcome in the crew. Neil has been doing air conditioner maintenance for weeks and has never complained once. He just got stuck into it and got the work done. As a new team member, Neil has made me feel welcome and helped me integrate into the crew, He was also first to put his hand up for the ‘Mojo Mate’ position showing his willingness to help others and participate in company initiatives.” ~Jason Geraghty
JASON GERAGHTY CONDABRI VILLAGE ELECTRICIAN “Jason is a great team player and a diligent and active worker in the Condabri maintenance team. Sometimes the jobs are repetitious but Jason never complains and is always cheerful. Within his trade he works safely and efficiently, constantly finishing his work without supervision. He is a pleasure to have in our maintenance team.” ~Neil Davis
ASHLEIGH HILL CONDABRI VILLAGE ADMIN “Ashleigh always goes above and beyond what is asked of her and makes everyone feel welcome. She always helps out with leave applications and any admin requests and follows up on any inquiries you may have until she gets an answer for you. Ashleigh is a great member of the team who really lifts morale with her ‘can do’ attitude who greets everyone with a smile every day.” ~ Jason Geraghty
KIM MACELROY ESB RELIEF VILLAGE MANAGER “Kim has been such a great team leader for myself and the team here in the Moranbah relief pool. Kim is such a strong, outgoing, approachable person who is always willing to help when needed even on her downtime. Kim shows so much love to Morris and I believe she puts in 110% to all of us here.” ~ Bradley Skinner
DEBBIE DAVIES BROADMEADOWS UTILITY SUPERVISOR “Debbie is always going above and beyond in making our site a very clean site. She also makes it a fun, happy and safe work place for all Morris staff at Broadmeadow. Debbie is always willing to help and show the team the best ways of doing all cleaning tasks in our Morris scope. We are so happy to have her as part of our team.” ~ Broadmeadows Cleaning Team
GERALDINE LECOMTE PEAK DOWNS MINE UTILITY “Geraldine has only been with Morris a few weeks but is displaying excellent 3B culture and Morris values not only to fellow workers but to BMA staff on site. Geraldine has shown a strong sense for safety by always complying to site safety rules and obligations. She is always keen to lend a hand to fellow workers and not afraid to take on new tasks which she picks up quickly. In just a few weeks I can see she has an eye for detail and is going to be a great asset to our team.” ~ Dominique Collins
VISITORS TO THE 3B BOOTH AT THE MORRIS CONFERENCE TRADE SHOW WERE ASKED TO PONDER THE THOUGHT ... “WHAT DOES 3B MEANS TO ME?” . THEIR RESPONSES WERE FILMED AND CAN BE VIEWED ON YAMMER. HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE RESPONSES. WHY NOT HEAD TO YAMMER AND SHARE WHAT 3B MEANS TO YOU.
3B HELPS ME BE A BETTER ME. ~ COLIN TONKIN
HAVING GOOD CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE TO MAKE THEIR DAY A LOT BETTER. ~ TODD CRAWFORD
3B IS BEING HEALTHY, HAPPY WITH A BIG SMILE ~ BIANCA FORMICA
Morris is committed to supporting employees by developing and recognising their skills. In 2016, we started our journey with 20 Morris staff enrolling in Certificate III in Hospitality. In 2017, Morris entered into an agreement with a new RTO (Axial) to continue to deliver the training. We are currently transferring all participants to the new RTO and shortly we will be calling for more nominations. A sign-up day will be held in Perth Office for the WSB folks week beginning 23 October. To broaden our nationally accredited training offer we are working with site skills training to secure CSQ funding which will commence on 1 October 2017. Shortly we will be calling for nominations from the ESB for team members interested in achieving any of the below listed qualifications.
• Certificate IV Work Health and Safety • Diploma Work Health and Safety • Diploma Project Management
More details around eligibility for these nominations will come to you via your line manager. If you have any questions please contact the L&D team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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DATA September There are currently 448 people actively using Yammer. Last month, there were 68 posts to Yammer by a small group of 31 people. This means that more than 93% of the Morris team who are active users are opting to read and like posts rather than posting their own content. The 68 posts were read a total of 3,813 times and generated 224 likes.
WHAT SHOULD I POST ON
If you are stuck for ideas on what to post to Yammer, use these Yammer champions as inspiration.
Great looking food You donâ€™t have to be the chef or the village manager to share a picture of the great food we have at our sites. If you are sitting down to a great dinner, why not share a picture on Yammer and mention the Chef.
Happy team If your team is having fun and canâ€™t hide their smile, share it on Yammer.
Core Values Positive Feedback Yammer is a great way to give a colleague some great feedback or say thank you.
Is your team demonstrating the core values? Why not share it on Yammer?
MORRIS TEAM TENURE MILESTONES
ONE YEAR Aaron Griffiths Scott Batten Noel Yates Bianca Castle Jason Nottle Jay Hopping Cindy Johannes Marc Hancock Shakira Walker Somphon McAllister Aimee Barndon Helena Inzalaco Timothy Moustafa Harold Dickerson John La Madrid Vinayak Chaudhary Marilia Barros David Renner James Dunn James Porter-Smith Belinda Locke Oliva Ramsden
Alana Hywood Cindy McGregor Catherine O’Neill Ronald Gorman Robert Mitchell Jason Franklin Luke Bozzetto Zachary Cuttabutt Theresia Sward Ruby Hodgetts Sara Jorgensen Barbara Paki Kiara Garrett Nicole Felstead Christopher Watson Ellis Mckenzie Justin Goddard Gregory Thompson Stephen Anderson Suzette Rogers Kylee Mundy Nathan Shaw Scott Whitclock Khammoon Souvannaseng
Samantha Russell Genelita Cervantes Jillian De Agrela Hope Ceballos Matthew Patterson Karen Harris Carsten Bauer Stephen Royan Mokohiti Brown
Sonny Ruru Josephine Reynolds Peter McKeown Angelo Turtur James Charlton Robin Van Kempen Christopher Worley Grant Jovicic
David Goodwin Phillip Vucicevic Kata Pejkovic Donna Hooper Bruce Griffiths
Darryle Gray Elaine Hughes Diane Atkins Christine Whaitiri Anaci Watson Ronaq Varma Susan Beasley Robert Beare Waynette Armstrong
SIX YEARS Jerome Duenas Carl Vamenta Ketut Rediyasa
NINE YEARS Shivanand Hiremut
TWELVE YEARS Robert Payton
“The last five years with the Morris family have flown by. The places I have been able to visit and the amazing people I have met are certainly the highlight. Knowing that with the blessing of the company I have been able to add value to the communities we operate in will always be very special to me. I’m particularly excited about the new journey ahead of us.” ~ David Goodwin
“Wow! Time does fly fast! One year gone and it seems like it was only yesterday when I started working for Morris. This has been a great year and a steep learning curve as it is my first time working with recruitment and first time working with HSEQ. It has been very exciting to be thrown into these new challenges and having to learn a lot and fast! It was a year full of great opportunities and enormous growth for me. I’d like to thank Morris and everyone for all the help I have had and for trusting in my capability to overcome the difficulties and succeed at every job I was given. I am very much looking forward to many more great years to come working with you all!” ~ Marilla Barros