Last night the very best of service and talent in Tesco were recognised at the 2018 Values Awards and Tesco’s Got Talent. Held at the Clayton Hotel, Dublin, it was a night of celebration for Tesco colleagues.
With 12 awards, and 15 winners, the Values Awards recognised colleagues from across the business who have gone above and beyond for their customers and colleagues.
After the Awards, we were treated to a surprise performance by Gavin James. Then contestants from across the country performed for the audience that included judges Louis Walsh, Ruairi Twomey and last year’s winner Lea Rooney. The standard was so high that the judges had trouble selecting a single winner and in the end, they selected two. Very well done to Karl Quinlivan and Shannon Nolan, both well-deserved Tesco’s Got Talent winners. And a massive congratulations to all our Values Award winners.
Values Award winners
|Team of the Year – Fresh Foods||Tralee Manor
Tallaght Bakery Team
|Team of the Year – Community||Sandymount|
|Colleague of the Year||Sonata Burbaite from Donabate|
|WOW Colleague of the Year||East: June Baker from Swords Holywell
West: Joanna Considine from Kilrush
Convenience: Donal Murphy from Dennehys Cross
|Manager of the Year||Alison O’Doherty from Head Office
|GHS Driver Service Superstar of the Year||Tony Harris from Wilton|
|F&F Service Superstar of the Year||Kim Waldron from Celbridge|
|Tesco Mobile Service Superstar of the Year||Mark King from Liffey Valley|
|Service Superstar East||Con O’Sullivan from Stillorgan|
|Service Superstar West||Anthony Meaney from Castlebar|
|Service Superstar Convenience||Jamie Flynn from Rathmines|
|Store Manager of the Year||Catherine Swift Doyle from Oranmore|