Amberley O.S.H.C.

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8.8 Employee Performance Monitoring, Review and Management

Amberley OSHC acknowledges that to ensure the provision of high quality child care, an active approach is needed in relation to monitoring and managing the ongoing performance of employees to ensure that appropriate knowledge, skill and capacity to perform the position effectively are maintained.

Relevant Laws and other Provisions

The laws and other provisions affecting this policy include:

  • Education and Care Services National Law Act, 2010 and Regulations 2011
  • NQS Area: 4.2; 7.1; 7.2.2, 7.2.3; 7.3.1, 7.3.2, 7.3.4, 7.3.5.
  • Policies: 3.3 – Educators Practice, 8.1 – Role and Expectations of Educators, 8.3 – Recruitment and Employment of Educators, 8.4 – Educator Professional Development and Learning, 8.5 – Volunteers, 8.9 – Employee Code of Conduct, 8.10 – Employee Orientation and Induction, 10.1 – Quality Compliance.

Procedures

Employee performance shall be managed by the Nominated Supervisor/Coordinator, and for the Nominated Supervisor/Coordinator, performance will be managed by the Approved Provider/ executive office bearers.

Employee performance shall be managed in accordance with indicators which have been developed in relation to their position description.

Employee performance shall be monitored through implementing an annual review process. Such a process shall involve:

  • Employee completing a performance review self-assessment prior to interview with Nominated Supervisor and/or management;
  • A performance review assessment conducted by the Nominated Supervisor;
  • A formal interview where aspects of performance assessments are discussed and will include the identification of strengths, aspirations and areas for improvement; and
  • Individual development plans are developed and documented to support performance improvement for each employee.

Part of the performance review shall include a commitment to ongoing professional development where opportunities for enhancing knowledge and skill based on the needs and goals of Amberley OSHC and its stakeholders are discussed.

 Ongoing feedback about performance will be provided and professional development opportunities monitored and reviewed throughout the forthcoming year. Individual performance progress will be noted on individual performance and/or training plans.

Reviewed 13 April 2015, Updated 5 June 2017


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