Applications for our ground-breaking apprenticeship have been flooding in, but, don’t worry, if you or anyone you know wants to apply, you still have until the end of April. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see previous news post for more info.
We are thrilled to announce the winners of the British Gypsum Easter EPOD (electronic proof of delivery machine) competition. As an incentive to get drivers up to speed with the newer method of recording deliveries, a competition was launched to offer huge handmade Easter eggs to the winners of two categories, Overall Usage and Most Improved, with smaller eggs being awarded to eight runners up.
Results as follows:
Asa Isted won Overall Usage, with a 100 per cent score for the 34 deliveries made.
Oleksandr Zhytar won Most Improved, with a 614 per cent increase from the previous month, and completed 20 deliveries using the EPOD.