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No More Slacking: Public Sector Employee Evaluation

public sectorEvaluation time for the Greek public sector employee has finally arrived. By April 28, ministry services, municipalities and legal entities must have completed their reports. According to the Ministry for Administrative Reform,the implementation of the new evaluation system for public sector employees is being initiated through the introduction of quota rating. Furthermore, the ministry is calling for services to immediately make staff records and share the scoring scale rates for employees, while also providing services with an evaluation model in order to facilitate the process.
According to the ministry, 25% of employees will be rated between 9 and 10, 60% between 7 and 8, while the remaining 15% will be rated between 1 and 6 points. Anyone receiving a low score will not be suspended nor laid-off.
Under the transitional provisions of Law 4250/2014, deadlines will be set for when the heads of each department must submit their reports concerning employee performance for the year 2013. The deadlines are specified as follows:
The decision on percentage sharing must be submitted by April 28, 2014.
Employee reports must be submitted by May 13, 2014.
Any recommendations must be submitted by May 28, 2014.
Finally, employee evaluation reports must be submitted by June 30, 2014.

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