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Nominate a BFA Employee Today!

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Do you interact with employee(s) from the Business & Financial Affairs (BFA) division and want to recognize them for their great work/service? - Now is your chance!

 

The BFA division is holding its Second Annual Employee Recognition Event!

 

BFA areas include:

  • Accounting & Financial Services
  • Auxiliary Enterprises
  • Business Services
  • Catering/Dining Services
  • Contracts, Purchasing & Surplus Inventory
  • Early Childhood Learning Center
  • Financial Planning & Analysis / Budget
  • Human Resources
  • Wildcat Shop
  • Wildcat Printing

 

BFA values Central's Wildcat Way culture. Nominations should be based on the Wildcat Way criteria (Welcoming, Inclusive, Knowledgeable, Responsive, and Proud).  Anyone (from any division) may nominate a BFA employee (permanent and temporary employees are eligible).  Winners will be announced (receive a plaque and monetary prize) during a virtual event in August 2020.

 

Nominations submitted by Tuesday; June 30, 2020 will be considered for this year’s awards. Here’s a link to the anonymous submission form.

 

The Award categories are shown below with some text to spark your thought process.  Think about which of these categories their efforts and qualities best fit (you can select multiple).

 

 

Examples of each of the Wildcat Way attributes

 

To be Welcoming

Someone who puts forth an effort to make others feel comfortable.  This is someone who reaches out and accepts others, especially those who are new, and makes them feel part of the group.

 

To be Inclusive

Someone who invites others to meetings, events, etc. that might otherwise not attend.  This is someone who really considers other people and doesn’t want anyone to feel left out.  The University has a stated commitment to diversity.  Diversity can take many forms.  Being inclusive makes this all work and is a great value to the University.

 

To be Knowledgeable

Someone who knows a lot about something and is willing to share with others.  This is someone who has developed knowledge and mad skills and uses them to help us all be more successful.  This knowledge could be technical, process related, or even just based in how and why the University works the way it does.  The key to this is the person’s willingness to share this knowledge for the betterment of the workplace and University.

 

To be Responsive

Someone who is receptive to others’ needs and takes action to assist.  This is someone who meets the other person where they are, attempts to understand their needs, and goes as far as they can to help.

 

To be Proud

Someone who believes in our shared purpose and continues to support it. (We are proud Wildcats!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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