Personal Accomplishment Award
QWE Practice Guideline: 140: Enhance productivity and wages through both monetary and non-monetary incentives
Target group: Any organization employing individuals with disabilities
The ServiceSource Personal Accomplishment Award program was implemented to allow employees with disabilities to establish and achieve a personal goal.
Subject matter experts/trainers
- Human resource and/or supervisory staff to manage program
- The ServiceSource Personal Accomplishment Award program was implemented to allow employees with disabilities to establish and achieve a personal goal.
- The goal focuses on home or personal growth and not something related directly to the workplace.
- The goal is intended to be achievable but should constitute a new accomplishment requiring effort by the individual to better themselves or a certain situation.
- The participant and members of their support team collaborate to create the goal.
- ServiceSource staff offer encouragement and monitor progress throughout the year.
- The length of time set to achieve the goal will vary but is typically within a one-year period.
- When completed successfully, the participant may be awarded up to $200.
- Examples of Personal Accomplishment Award goals that have been completed include losing weight, learning to prepare a meal, creating a budgeting system, saving a certain amount of money, and completing courses through various educational entities.
NPA: ServiceSource Location: Alexandria, VA Date Submitted: 2011 Website: https://www.servicesource.org/
Resources: Quality Work Environment Workbook