Sofiyska Voda implements a scheme to encourage the accomplishments of its employees. It was created with idea to award the personal achievements. The golden star is selectedevery month from various nominations from the different units within the company, Every three months we award Team of the 3 month. At the end of the year Employee of the year and Team of the year are selected from all receivers of the monthly awards.
Georgi Raychev has received a Golden Star Award for his assistance in receiving and storing 255 tons of quartz sand in Bistritsa PWTP.
Vladimir Markov, unit manager in the Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance-North Department, has also received a Golden Star Award for the quick and adequate actions taken by him when a fire had broken out in Kubratovo WWTP.
Zdravko Zdravkov and Stoyan Belev from the Non-Regulated Water Meter Activities Department received Golden Star Awards. For three days in April 2013, they constructed an internal water supply and sewerage installation in the cultural hall in Knyazhevo residential quarter.
The Team of the First Quarter includes specialists from three departments
Today, this year’s first achievement received an award: it is an achievement made by of Ivaylo Chipev and Tanya Novakova from the Finance Directorate, Margarita Lazarova who is head of the Legal Department and Radostina Hristova from the Procurement Department. The team has prepared documentation and then held a tender procedure under the Public Procurement Act for selection of a corporate lessor.
The employees awarded under IDEO received light bulbs as a symbol of big ideas
The Golden Star Awards and the Team of he First Quarter award were given at the same time as the certificates for innovative suggestions under the IDEO program received by Boyan Lalev (Potable Water Treatment and Disinfection), Mario Mutashki, Viktor Daskalov and Vesselin Emilov (Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance-South). They have suggested an innovative solution of a way to lengthen the life of batteries in small reservoirs which are hard to access. Their invention also has a ‘green’ aspect because it decreases the carbon footprint of our activity.