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Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by mondoolik, Jun 30, 2011.
Do targets have to be written down? Is this a requirement of law?
What 'law' are you referring to?
There is 'guidance'
I should have phrased it better. I just wanted to know if it is a statutory requirement
There are also the 2006 PM regulations, which are law and do require the preparation of a review statement including determinng the reviewee's 'objectives' for the cycle.
Does it have to be written?
Do they have to be written?
There should be a Performance Management Policy in your school. Ask to see it.
However, the Planning Meeting does need to include your objectives.
A statement DOES need to be written down (sorry Daisy it is law that Performance Management conform to certain administrative standards). A final version of the plans should be produced and signed within 10 days of the planning meeting. You should have been provided with a copy to keep. Check out The Education (School Teacher Performance Management Regulations 2006. Particularly Regs 12-14.
Thank you very much.