Revenue announces Employee Recognition Award recipients, two from Bothell

The Washington State Department of Revenue has announced the winners of its Fiscal Year 2014 Employee Recognition Awards.

  • Wednesday, December 17, 2014 7:55pm
  • Business

Bothell resident Lisa Beauchamp won the Leadership award for her efforts in the compliance division of the Department of Revenue and Carol K. Nelson

The Washington State Department of Revenue has announced the winners of its Fiscal Year 2014 Employee Recognition Awards.

The annual awards acknowledge exemplary performance by staff members in nine categories: Project Team, Teamwork, Field Office, Outstanding Employee, External Customer Service, Internal Customer Service, Leadership, Outreach and Inclusion, and Safety.

The winners include Lisa Beauchamp, Compliance Division, Bothell, who won the Leadership award and Ole Hoiby, Property Tax Division, Bothell, who won the Outreach and Inclusion award.

Revenue Director Carol K. Nelson noted the winners were chosen from among 162 nominations submitted by Revenue employees recognizing the efforts of 293 people, or almost a quarter of total agency staffing.

“I’m proud to be a part of a team that consistently embodies Revenue’s commitment to top-notch customer-focused service, constant improvement, efficiency and innovation,” Nelson said. “These awards allow us to say thank you and let our employees know how much we appreciate their hard work and accomplishments.”

Revenue’s director and members of its Executive Team announced and presented winners with awards during a ceremony Dec. 15 at the state Capitol.


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