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maternity and current PM cycle

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by dew_a_change, May 12, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    I'm due to go on maternity this month, but i'm not sure when I need to submit my evidence for meeting my objectives. Can I submit it after I've left (as I don't think I'll have to put everything together) or do I have to show it all before i leave?

    Also does anyone know whether I have to fully meet all my objectives having only done 2 full terms, in order to have a successful cycle this year?

  2. DaisysLot

    DaisysLot Senior commenter

    You cannot be disadvantaged in any way because of your pregnancy - so you can complete the cycle.

    You do not have to complete all objectives in a cycle - they can be carried over as long as satisfactory progress towards completion has been made.
  3. thanks.

    So as long as i can show that i've met the objectives as best i can then that should be ok? would i pass my PM cycle? I'm concerned because I was told I hadn't met 2 of my objectives last year even though I felt I had.
  4. the criteria was set for each objective and i know i can show something for each objective successfully, so I am confused as to how the Head has already decided (with obvious feedback from my reviewer) that I've not met my objectives. They haven't even given me a chance to put my evidence forward. I feel victimised.

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