Supply Chain Management recognizes individual and team achievements and contributions to a productive and positive work environment.
The Business Unit Coordination Council (BUCC) is accountable for the overall program and for coordinating events:
The Supply Chain Management Attendance program recognizes employees without any unscheduled leave occurrences (No ULO) for a consecutive six month period. The program started April 1, 2004. The reporting periods are:
April 1 - September 30 (the report is run in October following a pay period)
October 1 - March 31 (the report is run in April following a pay period)
- Employees with No ULO will receive a meal ticket which can be redeemed at any of the UTMB food locations.
- Their names will be posted on the Wall of Honor on the Supply Chain Management Employee page.
- Employee must have six months of continuous work history.
- Leave time taken must be recorded as scheduled during the six month reporting period.
- Members of the leadership team, Director level and above, are A & P and not eligible.
Supply Chain Management Wide Events
Supply Chain Management currently sponsors two annual events to recognize employees for their contribution throughout the year, and to provide a forum for employees to mingle, talk, eat and get to know each other. The first event, the Year-End Blast, takes place after the fiscal year ends on August 31. The event is traditionally held during the end of September / beginning of October. The second event, the Fall Feast, takes place between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The Fall Feast is a Supply Chain Management wide celebration of the harvest season. Employees are served up the season’s bounty of ham, turkey and all the “fixin’s”. Employees will receive an invitation indicating time and place.
Year - End Blast
The Year-end Blast is a Supply Chain Management wide celebration of the end of the fiscal year recognizing the hard work and long hours employees put in to make sure everything is done by August 31st. Employees will receive an invitation indicating time and place.
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