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Employee Designation: Manager, Supervisor, Confidential, and Excluded
References: Government Code 19823; CalHR Rules 599.663 and 599.664(i)2
The Superior Accomplishment Award (SAA) is a tool for supervisors and managers to recognize individuals or teams for exceptional performance within normal job duties. This includes, but is not limited to, contribution to science, research, or development and/or an unequaled effort to complete a major task or project of substantial benefit to the State.
Nominations for SAA may be awarded yearly and are unlimited.
The SAA award consists of a plaque or certificate and cash ranging from $50 to $500 (Gold Award), or $25 to $250 (Silver Award).
References: CalHR Rules 599.663 and 599.664(i)3
The Sustained Superior Accomplishment Award is one of four award programs administered under the Merit Award Program. It recognizes individuals or teams for exceptional performance within normal job duties over a two-year (twenty-four month) period that results in the efficiency of State government.
Awards are limited to one for every 100 employees in the participating department.
Awards are at the discretion of the department and may consist of a framed certificate and/or minimum cash award of $25 to a maximum of $250 for individual or team. The presenting agency is responsible for the design, purchase or printing of award certificates.