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Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No. 97 of 1998)


Service Level Agreement Regulations, 2005

Chapter 2 : Performance Management of the CEO

6C. Key Principles of the PM&D


(1) The key principles underpinning the effective implementation of performance management are—
(a) Accounting Authority must manage performance of the CEO in a consultative, supportive and non-discriminatory manner in order to enhance organisational efficiency and effectiveness, accountability for the use of resources and the achievement of results;
(b) performance management processes must link to broad and consistent staff development plans and align with the SETA's strategic goals;
(c) performance management processes must be developmental, but shall allow for effective response to consistent inadequate performance and for recognising outstanding performance;
(d) performance management procedures should minimise the administrative burden on the Accounting Authority while maintaining transparency and administrative justice; and
(e) CEO's performance assessment: one mid-term formal assessment and two informal assessments and a final formal evaluation for the year in question must be received by the Accounting Authority to ensure that the CEO's performance is effective.


[Regulation 6C inserted by regulation 3 of Notice No. R. 823 of 2011]