Employee service anniversaries celebrated virtually

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Due to the pandemic, employee service anniversaries and retirees are being recognized virtually on the Human Resources section of the university website.

Cue the confetti! We have something to celebrate during these unusual times.

Human Resources has launched a new Virtual Recognition section on the HR website, highlighting the noteworthy service anniversaries of the university’s dedicated faculty and staff.

Visit the site to see who has reached significant milestones in their careers, such as five years, 10 years and more. HR congratulates you on reaching these milestones, and everyone at Augusta University truly values and appreciates your service.

On behalf of the university, HR also congratulates the most recent retirees for their commitment to our mission, vision and values over their careers and bids each of them a happy retirement! You will find them listed on the site as well.

HR team members will be distributing service pins and certificates to honored employees via their direct supervisors within the coming weeks.

In addition, HR is still seeking photos of several of our honorees, and would like to remind you to email those to servicerecognition@augusta.edu to be added with your name and department on the special Virtual Recognition pages.

We welcome your feedback and encourage you to share your recognition with colleagues, family and friends. Please don’t hesitate to contact HR should you have questions or comments about the site.


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Denise Parrish

Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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