The City of Falls Church’s Human Resources Division is accepting nominations for the 2014 Employee of the Year award now through next Friday, March 6. “If you have observed an employee whom you feel merits consideration, please nominate them for this award,” said a blog post on the City government’s website announcing the opening of the nomination process.
Nominations may not be submitted by the nominee themselves or by a member of the nominee’s immediate family. Appointed officials, elected officials and their employees, general managers and division directors are not eligible for the award.
Eligibility for the award is open to all permanent full-time or part-time employees in the City’s personnel system, provided the initial probationary period has been successfully concluded.
The blog post on the City’s website gave the following examples of the employees who might be a good nominee for the Employee of the Year award: “Individuals who have improved service or cost savings for the City; a departmental leader or a leader in the community; a heroic act beyond the call of duty; exceptional performance in spite of limiting physical factors; and courage and initiative in overcoming handicaps.”
For information about the selection process, visit fallschurchva.gov/EOY.