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2 Performance Management for Career-Banded Positions at NC State University Heather Boyce Employee Relations

3 SPA Career-Banded Work Plan & Appraisal Form Review – Key Responsibilities The “what” – Competencies The “how” and the “level” – Bringing It All Together Ratings and Comments – Focus Forward – Training and Contacts Agenda

4 Supervisors must begin using the banded form within 30 days of the October 1 st implementation date Employees are assigned Key Responsibilities and Competencies, and are evaluated on both – Employees receive a 1-5 rating on each Key Responsibility and Competency, as well as an overall Key Responsibility rating and an overall Competency rating Competency level is assessed for each employee two times during the year – Interim review – Annual Appraisal SPA Career-Banded Work Plan & Appraisal Form

5 Key Responsibilities are developed, assigned and evaluated in the same way as on the non-banded form Supervisors provide interim and annual comments For the annual appraisal: – Each Key Responsibility will receive an annual rating (1-5) – Supervisors will assign a summary overall Key Responsibility rating (1-5), reflecting the employee’s overall performance on all Key Responsibilities Key Responsibilities

6 Individual competencies are assigned according to the employee’s band and level – During work planning, the supervisor assigns an overall level as well as levels for each of the competencies (Contributing, Journey or Advanced) The supervisor determines the level at which the employee is actually performing (C, J or A) at the interim review and annual appraisal As with Key Responsibilities, supervisors provide interim and annual comments Competencies

7 Competencies, cont’d At the annual appraisal: – Each Competency receives an annual rating (1-5) – Supervisors assign a summary overall… Competency rating (1-5), reflecting the employee’s overall performance on all Competencies Competency level (C, J or A), reflecting the employee’s actual level of performance on all Competencies

8 Methods of Evaluation All contained within one page Determine how employees will be evaluated and check the appropriate boxes Important to let employees know what methods will be used to evaluate them Add additional methods of evaluation as necessary

9 Bringing It All Together Overall annual competency level and ratings are on one page – Transfer the overall Key Responsibility rating into the appropriate space – Transfer the overall Competency rating into the appropriate space – Weight both ratings equally to determine the final overall annual rating, and check the appropriate box – Copy the summary annual competency level into the appropriate space

10 Bringing It All Together, cont’d Performance improvement plans – Required for any Key Responsibility or Competency that falls below a “Good” (3) rating or fails to meet documented expectations at any time Career development plans – Document voluntary training or activities (classes, certification training, licensing, mentoring programs) that will enhance the employee’s ability to do his or her job more effectively or broaden his or her skill set Signatures page – Located on the front page of the document

11 An optional planning tool for the coming year – Designed to help supervisors engage in a targeted discussion with employees about where their time/resources should be focused in the upcoming performance cycle Plot Key Responsibilities and Competencies on the graph – Plot according to current rating and level of importance for the upcoming year – This provides a visual perspective on what work will be most important for next year, and where the employee should focus or refocus efforts Focus Forward

12 D B C A Focus Forward ( Example) A: Most important work; need to improve skills/ performance B: Most important work; continue to develop skills C: Less important work; focus less energy on these items D: Less important work; consider reassigning or redesigning work Possible discussion points : Verbal Communication Budget Office Technology

13 Training 19 general Career-Banding overview sessions – Brief overview of the new form – Presentation and detailed notes available for everyone online 12 open enrollment courses on banded work plan development – Detailed information and examples – One class per week beginning in August and continuing through the fall – Over 250 supervisors trained in depth on the new form Custom support is always available through Employee Relations

14 Contacts Heather Boyce – Performance Management Program Coordinator – – Galen Jones – Assistant Director, Employee Relations – – Employee Relations – –


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