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Imagine! Performance Management presentation

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    • Performance Management March 2012
    • Performance Management Philosophy• Linked to organization, departmental and individual goals• Open, on-going discussion between employees and managers• Frequent and specific feedback on performance is given• Staff development is inspired and supported• Behaviors consistent with Imagine! values are promoted• Includes recognition, suggestions for development, areas for improvement 2
    • Imagine! Performance Management Schedule March Reviews & Set Goals and February Objectives Self- April Assessments Merit (if & Peer Review available)November,December, May January October June Mid-year Bonus (if Review/Staff available) Development (Optional) September July, August Compensation 3 Benchmarking (HR)
    • Performance Management Process• Setting Objectives – Employee or manager can input objectives – Manager reviews – Objectives can be updated throughout cycle• Mid-Year/Interim Review are optional 4
    • Performance Management Process• Employee Self-Assessment – optional and not weighted – Document performance against objectives• Peer Review– optional and not weighted – Employee identifies 3-4 raters – Managers approve the raters – Feedback is integrated into employee’s review but is not weighted – Non-Imagine! (external) input from peers is also collected 5
    • 2012 Schedule• Supervisors complete evaluations – 03/21/12 – 04/06/12• Executive review of evaluations – 04/09/12 – 04/13/12• Supervisors hold performance discussion with employees – 04/16/12 – 05/04/12• Merit increase planning begins using evaluation ratings – 05/07/12 6
    • Critical Discussions1.Expectations 2. On-goingare set at feedback providedbeginning of throughout cyclecycle4. Salary 3. Discussion andreview tied to documentation atperformance end of cycle 7
    • Employees Included in Evaluation Process– Full-time, Part-time, or Casual employees who have been employed for at least 3 months– Active employees and employees on a leave statusInterns, Temporary, or Substitute may be evaluated, but it is not required 8
    • Performance Evaluation Form• Components and Weightings for 2012: – Imagine Career Competencies – 25% weighted value • Consistent Across Imagine! – Integrity – Creativity – Teambuilding – Communication – Essential Job Functions – 75% weighted value • Come directly from employee’s job description – Optional Components – not weighted: • Self Evaluation • Peer Review 9
    • Rating Scale Definitions Job performance is characterized by exceptionally high quality and Consistently exceeds all quantity of work, which consistently exceeds all the established5 standards and/or standards and/or requirements of the job. Employee’s judgments requirements demonstrate mastery of the position. Employee consistently seeks extra responsibilities. Job performance is marked by initiative and high quality and quantity Frequently exceeds most of work, which usually exceeds most established standards and/or4 standards and/or requirements of the position. Employee frequently seeks extra requirements opportunities and responsibilities. Employee meets the established standards and/or requirements of the Meets Standards/Solid3 position and is deemed fully competent in all duties of the position. In Performer some instances, employee may have exceeded some targets. Employee’s performance has been reasonably adequate for most Does not meet standards responsibilities. Has not been completely successful in achieving all2 and/or requirements/ objectives of the position and has not reached desired level of Needs improvement achievement. Not successful in performing the tasks of the job. Has not met the 101 Unsatisfactory objectives of the position.
    • Rating Scale Definitions Meets Standards/Solid Performer• Employee meets the established standards and/or requirements of the position and is deemed fully competent in all duties of the position. In some instances, employee may have exceeded some targets. 11
    • Performance Management Outcomes– Accelerate Salary Growth of Higher Performers– Employees receive useful feedback, goals, and support throughout cycle– Employees who are not meeting expectations may be placed on Performance Improvement Plan 12
    • Roles & ResponsibilitiesSupervisors Employees• Create an environment that • Establish job-related encourages two-way objectives with your communication with manager employees • Complete a candid self-• Establish realistic job-related assessment objectives • Be responsive to• Provide meaningful feedback, performance feedback coaching, and counseling to employees Human Resources• Assess and differentiate • Oversees implementation performance within peer groups • Provide access to training• A rating of unsatisfactory • Review performance also requires a Performance ratings to ensure Improvement Plan compliance• Consider final performance 13 assessment during the annual merit review process
    • Questions?