"No task is too small or large for her to tackle."
Chief Officer - Wesley Howell
Published 30th November 2017, 8:37am
Huge congrats to Leticia Goring, Cayman Islands Government Employee of the Month for October 2017.
Ms Goring was recognised for being Most Helpful and Efficient when executing her duties as Assistant Director of the Department of Labour & Pensions (DLP).
She started her service as a Research Analyst in the Department of Tourism in January 2011, then moved to the DLP as a Senior Pensions Officer in October 2014. Two years later (September 2016), she was promoted to the position she now holds. Ms Goring is known to go the extra mile in her role and can be counted on to deliver results, no matter the agenda.
DLP Director Bennard Ebanks acknowledged Ms Goring’s contributions to the team. “She goes beyond to get the job done and gives the same dedication to customers and fellow employees alike. Leticia is a real team player. She established an electronic newsletter to keep staff abreast of DLP news, and provides opportunities to recognise staff for stellar performance.”
Chief Officer in the Ministry of Human Resources & Immigration, Wesley Howell recognised Ms Goring for consistently doing a great job, saying “No task is too small or large for her to tackle.”
Mr Howell also praised Mr Ebanks and the DLP team for the great work the Department produces.
Deputy Governor Hon. Franz Manderson said, “This recognition symbolises and reinforces the values and standards that we expect all staff to exhibit. Ms Goring serves as a role model for all Cayman Islands Civil Servants. She is described as energetic, courteous and impartial. Although she has a heavy workload, ranging from preparing budgets to resolving customer complaints to responding to FOI complaints, she performs her duties with a ‘can-do attitude’. I am very proud of Ms Goring.”