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Nominations sought for recognition program

Engagement Most Valuable Players
Matt Mullins and Teresa Lewis, rural carriers at the Jeff, KY, Post Office, display their Engagement Most Valuable Players certificates this year.

USPS wants to recognize bargaining unit employees who demonstrate positivity and who go above and beyond the call of duty for their work and their colleagues.

These individuals will be honored through Engagement Most Valuable Players (EMVP), one of several programs that help the Postal Service to engage and empower employees, a core strategy.

Each EMVP honoree will receive a lanyard, a pin and a certificate of appreciation.

Only bargaining unit employees can nominate other bargaining unit employees for the program. Nominations opened Nov. 1 and will be accepted through Jan. 13.

Honorees will be announced in early 2019.

The Employee Engagement LiteBlue page has more information, including an online nominations form.

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