Besides verbal recognition, ITD employees have another avenue to share their appreciation for the assistance and guidance of co-workers. The department's MVP cards, which are found through the HR site on SharePoint, can play an important role in fostering this appreciation, which is an essential component of job satisfaction.

The goal is to make that appreciation more visible, and to remind employees that this resource exists and can be an important morale-booster.

Here are the MVP cards posted in the last week:

To: Catherine Young
From: David Hammond
Catherine is an MVP because of her willingness to test and deploy computers for remote HQ employees and her great communication skills.

To: Charles Hunt
From: David Hammond
Charles is an MVP because of his willingness to tackle an unfamiliar system and get the end user up and running on short notice.

To: Jason Chaffey, Gary Haynes
From: Gary Haynes, Jason Chaffey
Thnx, co- champion of 2019 Corn Hole Tournament for District 1.

To: Ryan Edwardson
From: Eric Kokernak
Thank you very much Ryan for finding that quirk in email (to change the subject line in an email). It really helps me out.

To: Jenell Edwards
From: Carin Pluto
Giving Jenell a shout-out for her quick and always cheerful cleansing of data records issues for the Modernization Vehicles effort. We appreciate her finding time on top of everything else she does!

To: Vicki Atkinson, Bejamin Schumacker, Loretta Rowell, Lori Chapman, Karen Schoenhut, Michelle Radford, Kristina Johnston, Kathryn Brown
From: Barbara Kerr
Thank you all for backing up Customer Contact Center agents in March when staffing was short and this also allowed the team to meet for training. .

To: Dana Bailey
From: Lisa West
Thank you for your skillful and dogged pursuit of resolving our document approval issue. We appreciate your knowledge, willingness, and ability to speak CGI-ese so well. You are appreciated! :-)

To: Eugenio Flota
From: Barbara Kerr
Thank you, Geno, for backing up the Customer Contact Center phones this March when the team staffing was low and allowing the team to meet for training.

Published 05-03-19