Service awards for 148 employees

Maysarah, 45, and Hairuddin, 49, showing their MBSA Mayor’s Special Award.

A VALUATION officer and an assistant architectural officer were honoured with the prestigious Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) Mayor’s Special Award for outstanding service.

Both Maysarah Mohd Yusuf, 45, and Hairuddin Saidan, 49, said they would continue to strive hard to make a difference in the workplace.

Maysarah, who is with the city council’s Valuation and Property Management Department, was overwhelmed when her name was announced for the award at the MBSA Convention Centre in Section 13 in the Selangor capital.

“Being honoured with the Mayor’s Special Award will motivate me to strive harder as I feel there are opportunities for betterment in my profession,” said the Bachelor of Science in Property Management graduate from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Baru.

Hairuddin, who has been with MBSA’s Buildings Department for 23 years, said, “It never crossed my mind that I would be recognised for my work but now the award gives me a sense of pride and motivates me.

“I am grateful to all in MBSA for being a motivation in my career and I hope to achieve greater heights.”

Maysarah and Hairuddin each received RM4,000 and a certificate of commendation.

MBSA mayor Dr Nor Fuad Abdul Hamid, who launched the Excellent Service Awards 2022, urged all 148 employees who received the awards not to rest on their laurels but should be self-motivated and adapt to changes in the work environment.

A total of 122 employees received the Excellent Service Award which comprised RM1,000, a certificate of commendation, and a Bank Simpanan Nasional premium certificate worth RM400.

A total of 24 Special Service Award recipients received a Bank Simpanan Nasional premium certificate worth RM400 and a certificate of commendation. — By Edward Rajendra

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