HUMAN RESOURCES

Employee Recognition

Quarter Century Club

Employees celebrating 25 years of service to Union College are inducted annually into the Quarter Century Club. In appreciation of their dedication, new members are recognized at a ceremonial induction dinner.

The Quarter Century Club has 278 members, 136 current employees and 142 retirees. This year, Union inducted 9 new members. Together, the Quarter Century Club members have provided the College with 8,928 years of service.

2019 Quarter Century Club Inductees

James Adrian Jr.
Dominick Famulare
Mark Iler
Chad Kasowski
Karen Lou
Timothy Olsen
Stephen Schmidt
David Stern
Maria Stocchetti
 

Picture of 5 inductees along with President David Harris.

Left to Right: President David Harris, Karen Lou, Stephen Schmidt, James Adrian Jr, Maria Stocchetti and Nicholas Famulare

Not pictured: Mark Iler, Chad Kasowski, Timothy Olsen and David Stern 

 

Employee Recognition Luncheon

During this event, we honor the service accomplishments of employees who have recently retired, will be retiring soon, who have hit a five year service benchmark and of course special recognition to our longest continuing service employees (all with 40 or more years of service).  Honorees are recognized at a luncheon and given an appreciation gift.

Listing of employees honored at the 2019 luncheon

U are A Treasure Program

The program rewards exemplary Staff and Administrative performance through a Certificate of Achievement and a prize selection from the Union College Bookstore. Reward recipients will be selected by Human Resources from faculty, administrator or staff nominations. Nominations should be submitted in writing to Human Resources.  Human Resources will then make a determination of merit possibly based on input from the employee’s supervisor, department head or responsibility center head.

Noteworthy activities to be considered for nomination may include, but are not limited to:

  1. Suggestions to improve department or college operations;
  2. Suggestions and/or implementation of time or cost saving changes;
  3. Dedication, resourcefulness, creativity and/or initiative on a project or activity;
  4. Significant effort above what a position requires. (To reinforce the need for continual creativity, initiative and positive change both successes and non-successes should be recognized). Final selection criteria is at the discretion of the Responsibility Center Head.

Certificates and reward selections are available college-wide with the reward from the Bookstore not exceed the amount of $50 dollars.   Prizes and Certificates of Achievement will be arranged by Human Resources.