Pat on the Back
New recognition program puts its money where
its heart is
Beginning this month, Moravian will institute a generous
new set of employee recognition awards, dividing $10,500
among as many as 18 faculty and administrative and support
staff members over
The awards will be offered in addition to
the existing Mirra and McCall Awards for support staff,
the Heller Award for an administrator,
and the Lindback Award
for Distinguished Teaching.
“Moravian historically has not provided
a sufficient means to reward its employees who have done
a superior job on a project or in a given area,” says
HR director Jon Conrad.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to
further recognize the hard-working faculty and staff of
the institution,” he says.
There is no nomination
process nor any restrictions on the awards. The College’s
senior leadership may select outstanding staffers whose work deserves
recognition, or anyone may mention a faculty or staff
member from any department to
his or her own supervisor.
There are three categories.
• The Board Chair award carries $1,000 to each of two employees.
The President’s award carries $750 to each of its two honorees.
Each of Moravian’s seven vice presidents may select two winners, who will