Performance Management Procedures and Processing

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The Performance Management Program is a systemic process used to define the standards of performance and expected work outcomes for all employees, provide ongoing performance feedback, offer the employee developmental opportunities, and document an objective and fact-based record of the employee's performance. The purpose of the performance management program is to facilitate the creating and nurturing of a performance based culture where the individual employee's performance is aligned with the agency and administration's objectives and employees are appropriately rewarded for the results they achieve.

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