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FY15 Performance Report Now Available Online
Mecklenburg County’s FY15 Performance Report is now available online at www.MecklenburgCountyNC.gov.
The report consists of data from all County departments and highlights the great work that employees do on behalf of the County.
Some specific results include a 97 percent overall Customer Satisfaction rating and an 89 percent Employee Motivation & Satisfaction rating.
For more information, please contact Monica Allen at 980-314-2901 or Monica.Allen@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov. Save the Date: Annual Employee Climate Survey Coming April 4
Mecklenburg County's annual Employee Climate Survey (ECS) will be available to employees April 4 – April 25. The ECS offers employees the opportunity to share thoughts and opinions about employee motivation and satisfaction, employee development, and employee perceptions of the workplace.
Last year, many employees expressed concerns about the level of security after regular business hours. In response, Asset and Facility Management increased security rover (mobile patrol) coverage to 24/7 and added a second rover position among many other new initiatives.
Together, we can continue to enhance the quality of our services and environment.
For more information, contact John Chesser at 980-314-2984 orJohn.Chesser@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov Pinwheels for Child Abuse Prevention Planned for this Week
This Thursday, March 31, Mecklenburg County and several community partners will join for an event to recognize April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. A news conference is set for 10 a.m. in the plaza behind the Mecklenburg County Courthouse (accessible from Fourth Street).
The event will launch next month’s awareness efforts, which will include social media postings, local training sessions at Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center and Carolinas Medical Center, and lesson plans for children in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. As always, our goal is to help build awareness of the issue of child abuse and to educate children and adults on ways child abuse and neglect can be prevented.
At the end of this year’s ceremony, participants will plant pinwheels outside the courthouse. The pinwheel has been adopted nationally as a symbol of child abuse/neglect prevention. It symbolizes the stable, healthy and protected childhood all children deserve.
You will also see pinwheels on display at many County parks throughout the month of April.
For more information on local resources and plans for the month, visit The Mecklenburg Child Abuse Prevention Team site.