2020 Employee of the Year Nomination Information



2020 Employee of the Year Nomination Information
Nomination Deadline: February 21, 2020 5:00 PM EST

To submit a nomination, please use the online webform. If you are unable to use the webform, please send the required documents to Rebecca Behner in Human Resources. 

Submitted nominations will not be considered complete unless they have all of the following components:

  • Nomination form with signatures from the nominator, department head, and vice chancellor
  • Written recommendation (Total length not to exceed 2 pages with 11 point font and 0.5" margins)
  • Department head comments

Additional supporting documentation may be submitted if the individual is being nominated in the categories of Community/Public Service or Safety/Heroism. 

The nominations must be reviewed and approved by supervisor and department head, who will sign off first, before moving forward to Vice Chancellor. After nomination form is completed with all written recommendations, signatures, and comments, it is submitted online or printed to Human Resources.

All permanent SHRA and EHRA staff members with two or more years of continuous service (at the time of nomination) are eligible for nomination. An exception may be considered if an employee with less than two years of service has engaged in an act of safety/heroism as defined below. Further information about eligibility can be found in PIM 44 and Policy Statement 101.11.

An employee can be nominated in one of the following 5 categories:

  • Devotion to Duty: Through unselfish devotion to duty, far and above normal requirements, have contributed significant service to the University community
  • Innovation: Have initiated and successfully established new and outstanding methods, practices, plans, or designs having fundamental values
  • Human Relations: Have made outstanding contributions to the field of human relations, employee-management relations, or any allied field
  • Community / Public Service: Have made outstanding contributions by participating in or implementing community and public service projects
  • Safety/Heroism: Have demonstrated outstanding judgment, courage, or ability in an emergency; meritorious action or service to prevent injury, loss of life, or prevent damage to or loss of property

Further information can be found by reviewing PIM 44 and University Policy Statement 101.11 or by contacting Rebecca Behner, rbehner@uncc.edu or 7-0662.