Missouri State Employee of the Month Program
The purpose of the State Employee of the Month Program is to recognize individual contributions of a Missouri State employee who has provided outstanding service for the citizens of Missouri.
The employee who receives the honor of State Employee of the Month is recognized for his/her own personal contribution to their worksite and the State of Missouri.
Nominations are submitted to the State Employee of the Month Coordinator by the individual Department/Agency Employee of the Month Coordinators. All nominations should be submitted on a State of Missouri Employee of the Month Nomination Form.
All departments and offices of elected officials are eligible to nominate their Department Employee of the Month for the State Employee of the Month.
Department directors, deputy department directors, division directors, and deputy division directors (acting and official) are not eligible for the Employee of the Month award.
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Nominations are reviewed and voted upon by a selection committee comprised of members of the State Training Advisory Council (STAC).
The Selection Committee reviews the nominations and votes on a winner based on responses to questions on the Nomination Form.
The nomination receiving the highest number of votes is named the State Employee of the Month.
Recognition and Award Ceremony
The State Employee of the Month will be honored with a ceremony to be held in the Governor's Office.
At the ceremony, the Governor will present the Employee of the Month with an engraved plaque in recognition of their extraordinary service.
The State Employee of the Month Program is coordinated by the Division of Personnel's Training and Development Unit.