Former LATP client Danica Deprovil shines at Nagico

Danica Deprovil with Chief Information Officer Vincent Haakmat

PHILIPSBURG – It has been over a year since Danica Deprovil (former client under the Labor Affairs Training Program LATP) joined Nagico Insurances in the capacity of an Administrative Assistant to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Executive Manager IT.

Since then she has shown outstanding performance in her work and as a result was recognized on Friday, August 26, during a staff gathering. She received the “Nagico Shining Star” for the IT Department for the period April to June 2016.

The “Nagico Shining Star” award, is a quarterly incentive program designed to give recognition to employees who adhere to the company’s rules and regulations and are outstanding in carrying out their duties.

It also incentivizes those who go beyond their daily tasks to accomplish positive results. It is the Nagico way of encouraging recipients to keep up the good work and motivate others to aspire to become shining stars. This program applauds employees that go beyond their daily tasks for the company in their individual way.

Based on recommendations from the management team of the IT Department, Deprovil was chosen because she has consistently shown willingness to work extra hours to ensure that her tasks are completed, while maintaining a high level of professionalism and displaying good work ethics.

“She has been the main person responsible for the training of our IT Support Specialist, who started in June of this year, and who is developing very well under her guidance. Danica has also taken the initiative to improve her knowledge and skill set in the field of IT, where she is now sitting a few IT courses, through the Nagico Training and Education Policy, to better equip her to perform her duties in the department,” a Nagico statement said.

“Within a short period of time Danica has made a positive impact within the organization and it is our hope that she will continue to shine throughout her career here at Nagico,” the release concluded.