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Webhelp UK gives colleague £9,000 new car voucher as thank you for hard work

12th February 2016

Webhelp UK, one of the country’s leading business process outsourcers (BPO), has given one lucky colleague a £9,000 voucher to spend on a new car.

Lorna Lewis, from Falkirk, who works at the business’s Larbert site, claimed the top prize and can now purchase a new set of wheels courtesy of Arnold Clark.

The giveaway marks the end of Webhelp’s Christmas bonanza raffle held over last year’s festive period.

This overtime incentive challenge ensures that customers continue to receive the very best level of service at the busiest time of the year. Colleagues who worked an additional ten hours overtime received ten raffle tickets.

Alongside the new car voucher, Webhelp raffled a selection of prizes including Apple watches, TV’s, top of the range mobile phones and coffee machines as well as holiday vouchers, courtesy of Thomas Cook.

Reflecting on her prize, Lorna, who works as a customer experience advisor at Larbert, said:

“I honestly couldn’t believe it when my name was called out at the raffle day. It’s not every day you leave work with £9,000 in your back pocket for a new car. It’s a very generous gesture from Webhelp, one that I am extremely grateful for.”

Anton Manley, ‎managing director, UK client operations at Webhelp UK, commented on the prize draw.

He said: “I’d like to say a huge congratulations and thank you to Lorna. She is one of our many dedicated team members that really went above and beyond over the festive period last year.

“The Christmas bonanza is our way of saying a big thank you to everyone who put in additional hours in the run up to Christmas. It’s only right that we should reward such hard work.


 “We’re keen to put people first, whether it’s a customer or colleague, this is just one of the many ways we strive to achieve this.”


Article by: Webhelp

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