DEFINITION AND PURPOSE OF THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS
The Assessment Process is a process for evaluating each employee's:
The Assessment Process is an evaluative tool. It is used by management and employees to identify training needs, ensure that the assigned duties and responsibilities are appropriate for the assigned broadband level, determines if performance is appropriate for assigned broadband level and communicate skill, job and performance expectations. The Assessment process enables management to identify and provide necessary and appropriate training; plan and organise assignments; and take appropriate action to address performance problems. The process also enables staff to assess their own training needs; better understand their assignment and the expectations of management; and improve their performance.
The Assessment Process is also used during probation to assess the employee's skill development and job performance to determine if they support continued assignment to the broadband. The Assessment process is used during probation to identify specific training and develop needs that must be addressed prior to gaining permanent status in the broadband at the assigned level.
The Assessment Process is also used to assess readiness for salary adjustment within level (see section on Salary Adjustments Within Level) or from one level to another (see section on Level to Level Movement).
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