HR Standards


HR Management Standards

Managing People and their Work

A fundamental of good management is that all employees know what to do, how well they are performing and what they need to learn in order to do a better job. Setting clear performance targets and expectations, ensuring employees get objective feedback on their performance and having a personal development plan will drive more effective individual behaviour and enhance organizations' performance.

Building workplace relationships supports commitment by staff to the organization and to their work. These Standards will help to build a work environment that encourages individual excellence and satisfaction balanced with the needs of the organization.

 

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Standard 3.1
All new employees are oriented to the position and to the organization.

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Standard 3.2
Managers and supervisors with the responsibility for managing the efforts of others are provided with appropriate learning opportunities to develop their supervisory skills.

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Standard 3.3
All employees have a work plan and performance objectives that identify the tasks/activities and expected results for future performance.

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Standard 3.4
The performance of each employee is fairly assessed, at least annually, at the end of the work plan or performance period.

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Standard 3.5
The organization has methods to address employee performance issues or concerns.

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Standard 3.6
The organization provides competitive compensation to employees.