MIT's Recognition Program is designed to recognize individuals and teams for exceptional contributions to their office, their department, or the Institute as a whole. It is through the acknowledgment of achievement that we create a nurturing environment for growth, learning, and professional development.
Appreciation can be delivered in many ways—be it an informal "thanks," an email sent to someone's supervisor citing "above and beyond" efforts, a team lunch to celebrate a milestone, or a formal awards ceremony. Regardless of the form it takes, recognition serves to highlight behaviors and activities that benefit MIT and help foster a spirit of shared success and commitment.
HR's internal recognition program has been designed to provide multiple avenues for acknowledging our peers throughout the year. Learn more:
Have questions about how HR's recognition program works? Contact Cori Champagne at email@example.com.