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Performance Management
Policy manual
Employees need guidance and direction throughout employment to be successful. The agency has a responsibility to provide an environment conducive to learning and productivity. Agency Human Resources (HR) guides supervisors in appropriate performance management. Performance management covers a wide variety of actions that range from setting expectations, giving feedback on performance, providing training, to discipline.
 
The goal for each agency is to have all employees succeed. Success increases when employees know what is expected of them, have the resources to do their jobs, are provided adequate training and are given feedback on their performance.  When employees are not successful and are not responding to feedback, training and correction, it may be necessary to take formal corrective action.  Collective bargaining agreements, policies, rules and laws govern the corrective steps an agency may utilize when taking action regarding employee performance. 
 
 

Cause for Discipline for Unrepresented Employees Loudermill Rights
Disciplinary Standards Performance Evaluation Guidelines
Discipline Setting Performance Expectations
Feedback The Special Status of Union Stewards
Garrity Rights Trial Service
Human Resources in a Union Environment Weingarten Rights
Investigatory Meetings
Just Cause Standards for Represented Employees