Greece -New evaluation scheme for civil servants -January 15, 2014

A new evaluation method for the public sector employees will put an end to ‘excellent’ grades, as it introduces new quota on ratings. The bill concerning the evaluation of civil servants is one of country’s obligations under the memorandum rules and will be tougher on employees, potentially opening the way for layoffs. Any civil servant with a low score on the test will be in danger of labour mobility or even exit from the public sector in general. Evaluators will not only judge the performance and achievements of each employee, they will also take into account the possibility they have of excelling in their work environment.

English: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/01/15/new-evaluation-method ...

 

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