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Rewards and Recognition Policy, Ideas That Make a Difference revised 11/21/05 Date of Plan: August 24, 2001
 

Summary: Rewards and Recognition Policy, Ideas That Make a Difference revised 11/21/05
Date of Plan: August 24, 2001
Organization: School of Medicine
Contact Person: Anne Kromkowski, Director of Budget and Compensation, 924-5369
E-Mail: acm9u@virginia.edu
1) Name of Recognition & Reward Program: Ideas That Make a Difference/Employee Suggestions
Award
2) Goal/Objective: Improve the work process and encourage employees to think creatively about ways to
improve service, streamline the work flow, contain costs, enhance revenues, or improve the overall
University environment. This award will be presented at the departmental level for levels 1-3. One
level 3 award will be administered, funded, and presented annually at the School of Medicine level.
3) Business Reason(s) for Using Program: Encourage employees to think imaginatively of ways to
improve performance, and to think more broadly about the impact of their efforts on the unit and the
institution.
4) Nomination Process, if applicable: Department chairs, administrators, fellow employees, or the
employee with the idea may recommend suggestions for the departmental level awards. Department
chairs, administrators, or fellow employees may refer outstanding ideas to the Dean for the School-
wide level 3 award by completing the attached form and checking the appropriate box.
5) Criteria to Be Used to Differentiate Levels of Awards:
- Levels of achievement are loosely defined on purpose to allow each department to adapt this

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences