Nebraska workers honored for years employed with the state
NORFOLK, Neb. (KTIV/US92) -
Long time employees of the State of Nebraska are honored for their service.
Employees in Norfolk, Nebraska with a tenure of 10 to 50 years were recognized during a ceremony at the Norfolk Veterans Home.
Ruth Jones, the State Director of Personnel, discussed the importance of recognizing state workers this way.
"State employees do a lot of hard work day in and day out. There's not a lot of opportunity for reorganization. There's a pat on the back, but not a formal chance to get to say how much we appreciate them. The sentiment comes from the Governor. He proclaims this employee appreciation month. Its really just a chance for the Governor to say he appreciates the hard work of every employee in the State of Nebraska," said Jones.
The Cornhusker state is honoring workers throughout the month of October.
Wednesday, July 23 2014 11:24 PM EDT2014-07-24 03:24:13 GMT
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