Recognition - financial and social - you receive for your contribution on the job. Reward includes praise, awards, perqs and salary. A meaningful reward system acknowledges contributions to work and provides clear indications of what the organization values. People experience a lack of recognition as devaluing their work and themselves.

Sample Item: I receive recognition from others for my work.

On the positive end of the scale, your supervisors and colleagues acknowledge your contributions in ways that are credible and meaningful. The work itself is rewarding, interesting, and continually introducing new challenges.

On the negative end of the scale, others ignore your contributions or take credit themselves. The pay is inadequate, the work is tedious, supervisors are dismissive, and service recipients are rude.

Reward Problems

Reward Solutions

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