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Employee Advisory Council – Employee Awards Program (Nominations Accepted)

The following communication is from the Georgia Regents Employee Advisory Council:

The Georgia Regents Employee Advisory Council is proud to announce the Employee Awards Program that showcases individuals, teams, and departments within Georgia Regents University and Health System for their outstanding and meritorious work. The awards open for nominations include:

The Service Excellence Award recognizes outstanding and high (or exemplary)-quality performance toward the overall mission of all academic, administration, and clinical area.

The Teamwork Award recognizes outstanding and high-quality performance toward the overall mission of all academic, administration, and clinical areas.

The Golden Pen Award recognizes staff who have reached a significant level of achievement and excellence both in their careers and in their contributions to the growth and development of GRU and GRHealth by either publishing or presenting outside of the Georgia Regents organization.

Nominations for the specified awards will be accepted online. Self-nominations are not allowed. For more information on each award, please visit the Employee Advisory Council website to view the criteria sheets.

Nominations will be accepted now through close of business (5 p.m.) March 20, 2015, via the online nomination tool, which is available through the links provided in the award titles listed above.

If you have questions, please contact Debra Arnold at darnold@gru.edu.

Thank you!

 

Georgia Regents Employee Advisory Council

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