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PO7.7 - Employee Job Performance Evaluation

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Employee Job Performance Evaluation

Require a timely evaluation to be performed on a regular basis against individual objectives derived from the organisation’s goals, established standards and specific job responsibilities. Employees should receive coaching on performance and conduct whenever appropriate.

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  • Improved individual and collective performance and contribution to organisational goals
  • Improved staff satisfaction
  • Improved management performance from staff feedback and review processes
  • Effective use of IT staff
  Risk Drivers
  • Inability to identify inefficient operations
  • Ineffective training programme
  • Dissatisfied and disgruntled staff, leading to retention problems and possible incidents
  • Loss of competent staff members and related corporate knowledge

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  1. Set individual goals based on SMARRT objectives that reflect core competencies, company values and skills required for the role(s).
  2. Provide specific instructions for the use and storage of personal information in the evaluation process, in compliance with applicable personal data and employment legislation.
  3. Compile performance evaluation results from across the IT organisation for use in the review of current competencies and training requirements.
  4. Provide appropriate feedback regarding performance against the individual’s goals.
  5. Implement a remuneration/recognition process that rewards successful attainment of performance goals and is applied consistently and in line with organisational policies.
  6. Develop performance improvement plans based on the results of the evaluation process and identified training and skills development requirements.

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Hi, We've recently developed and implemented a Development and Performance Management System for the IT department at the university where I work. The system was developed by a committee of an equal number of "management" and elected staff members. S...
Janice | 9/7/2012 7:08:40 AM | COMMENTS(0)

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