Competency-based performance management Standard Requirements
- Do both supervisors and employee self-reports feel that their group and individual performance evaluations indicate they are successful in meeting the goals & objectives of their current jobs?
- Please describe the steps you took to implement broadbanding as part of a human resource competency project. For example, do you have a competency-based evaluation system in place?
- As part of the move to broadbanding, did you give employees a market-based pay increase or other pay increase to bring employees in line with others doing similar work?
- If a pay market declines, would employees continue to be paid at a higher rate or would their pay be re-evaluated to bring them in line with market conditions?
- Why do employees indicate their own performance has not improved and yet they indicate that they were successful in meeting the goals/objectives of their jobs?
- What problems or concerns were you having that prompted the move to broad banding and how are they being addressed by the move to broadbanding?
- Is there a very clear relationship between satisfaction with the process useful to both supervisors and staff members and regular monthly?
- Does the performance management system use knowledge and experience to guickly identify, assess and propose solution options ?
- Has the Performance Management Team recognized and adequately communicated the primary objectives for the performance system?
- Why are supervisors more likely to feel they are competent in supporting the career development needs of their employees?
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