2018 NFEF Foodservice Department of the Year Award
Prestige, recognition, reputation, status. All words that describe the accomplishments of the NFEF Foodservice Department of the Year. Don’t miss your opportunity to recognize your team and your facility by winning our inaugural NFEF Foodservice Department of the Year award.
Nominate your team by providing details of achievements and accomplishments in the following 4 areas:
Teamwork – How well department staff members communicate, cooperate and work together to make the department collectively greater than the sum of its multiple functions.
Innovation – How the department approaches day-to-day operations for internal customers that highlights and reinforces its importance to the organization.
Customer service – How the department’s operational activities directly and indirectly influence high-quality service. How the department contributes to the well-being of their clients, residents, or patients.
Operational Contribution – How specifically the department has contributed to the overall operation of the organization. (This could include financial operations, enhanced marketing efforts, staffing, surveys, etc.)
Award submissions are available until March 15, 2018. Please e-mail NFEF@ANFPonline.org with any questions.
2017 NFEF Foodservice Department of the Year Award Recipient
Bethany Home, Inc. has been chosen to receive the 2017 Foodservice Department of the Year award! The Bethany Home dining services team pride themselves on the dining experience they provide to each resident. Cross training and team effort have proven meal service and events to be a success. The Bethany Home staff developed three new menus that now provide residents, guests and staff plenty of options daily. Bethany Home team members work diligently to offer true hospitality-style service and has a customized ticket system in place to ensure that all preferences and special needs are met. Bethany Home has catered numerous events in the community and earned a reputation as having “the best food in town.”