DeeDee Dalrymple Of U.S. Xpress Is Local Winner Of Trailblazer Award

Thursday, October 17, 2019
Thursday DailyPay has named DeeDee Dalrymple of U.S. Xpress, headquartered in Chattanooga, a winner of its inaugural Payroll Trailblazer Award. 
 
“Payroll is often such a thankless job, so you giving an award to recognize those in this profession is fabulous,” said Ms. Dalrymple.
 
Nine winners were selected from a field of more than 80 nominees who all work in the payroll industry. The winners demonstrate leadership qualities by constantly innovating and implementing new systems, coaching others and driving business value from the payroll department.
 
Winners of the DailyPay Payroll Trailblazer Award include:
 
DeeDee Dalrymple, Director of Payroll, U.S.
Xpress
Rebecca Monacelli Munoz, Sr. Director of HR, Safety and Training, Coen
Heidi Wright, Payroll Supervisor, Vera Bradley Designs, Inc.
Kym Cross, Payroll Director, G4S
Shelley Crumley, Payroll & Benefits Manager, ERC - Enhanced Resource Centers
Amber Hobson, Sr. Leader of Payroll, Etech
Chuck Stapleton, Compensation Specialist, DialAmerica Marketing
Ketzia (KC) Cisnerors, Payroll Manager, PJS of Texas, Inc.
Pam Wintrode, Payroll Clerk, Ashley Manor
 
Winners will receive a DailyPay Certified Payroll Trailblazer Paperweight as well as a badge to include on their LinkedIn profile.
 


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Breaking News

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