Dickies have announced that they will be launching the 2014 competition to find Britain’s top workers and ultimately the UK Worker of the Year on 7th April.
This years’ competition will be promoted around the country, starting at the British Superbike Championship meeting at Brands Hatch on the 18th April.
Like last year’s competition, UK Worker of the Year for 2014 will be sponsored by Dickies, in association with Suzuki. The winner this time round will have the choice to take home a Suzuki S-Cross car, a Suzuki V-Strom 1000 motorcycle or a Suzuki ATV Quad. The lucky winner will also have the chance to win a cash prize of £100,000 this time round.
The winner will be announced at the final round of the British Superbike meeting at Brands Hatch on October 18th with the opportunity to predict the outcome of a race on the final day and potentially win £100,000 pounds. Runners up in the competition will again receive thousands of pounds in holiday vouchers.
In 2013, Judi James, a farmer from Littlebreddy in Dorchester was crowned the fourth UK Worker of the Year at the awards evening at the Madejski Stadium in Reading, wowing the audience at last year’s gala event with her passion and drive for farming.
“This competition has changed my life and the car will help me so much with my work. I would urge anyone who hears about the competition to have a go at entering or to nominate someone as an entrant. It costs nothing except a few minutes of time and those few minutes could prove to be incredibly worthwhile,” said Judi.
Quentin Willson, TV presenter and consumer and motoring champion said: “Worker of the Year is now a major UK workplace award and I’m really proud to have been a supporter and judge from the very beginning. It’s great that past winners tell us the competition changes lives.”
UK Worker of the Year is a ‘free-to-enter’ competition that’s open to anyone aged 17 or over who works in the UK. To keep track on when to enter UK Worker of the Year 2014 or to find out more about the competition please visit the web site using the ‘More Details’ button below.