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    Not sure how to word this but I'll give it a lash...

    Are there performance evaluations written up on each member of a unit each year, or after every camp?

    What criteria are the reports written on?

    What, if any, effect do these reports have on future promotion prospects?
    "Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here...this is the War Room!"

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    After 1st Oct all NCO's will have a performance report compiled anually, All RDF officers did before and do after Re-Org.
    Criteria: Can't list them now but certainly
    attendance v's required attendance per R5.
    Attendance at annual training is a big one.
    If you are in an appointment then how this was carried out will be a factor.

    Reports are either 'satisfactory' or 'unsatisfactory' and an unsatisfactory report for an RDF officer means (at best) a delay of 12 months before next promotion.

    What the consequences are for NCO's we won't know until the reports are written and the consequences illustrated, unless some PDF member wishes to elaborate.
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    No Beast am I, For I know no pity...

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    • #3
      I know those pte's and nco's who were on the pso with us last summer had reports done on them.I spent many a night locked away with certain ppl compiling reports on soldiers progress etc....
      I hope this will be an effective way of culling the herd as far as non effective NCO's taking up appointmants that other nco's could fill.
      happenin
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      Last edited by happenin; 6 December 2005, 18:37.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by happenin
        I know those pte's and nco's who were on the pso wit us last summer had reports done on them.{ I spent many a night locked away with others compiling reports on soldiers progress etc....
        I hope this will be an effective way of culling the herd as far as non effective NCO's taking up appointmants that other nco's could fill.
        Was that a unit-level exercise (the report writing) or is it an army standard?
        "Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here...this is the War Room!"

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        • #5
          I presume they were going to tell the members and the people who have to complete them before hand.

          The reorganisation is a disaster - they haven't told us anything.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DeV

            The reorganisation is a disaster - they haven't told us anything.
            Jaysus Dev, if they dont tell you anything anymore then how the feck are the rest of us gonna find anything out?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by happenin
              I know those pte's and nco's who were on the pso with us last summer had reports done on them.I spent many a night locked away with [MOD: Edited. Please respect the privacy of others]others compiling reports on soldiers progress etc....
              I hope this will be an effective way of culling the herd as far as non effective NCO's taking up appointmants that other nco's could fill.
              Are these reports confidential?

              Can they be accessed by asking or Data Protection Act?

              Just out of interest?:tri:
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Itchy
                Are these reports confidential?

                Can they be accessed by asking or Data Protection Act?

                Just out of interest?:tri:
                [TRANSLATION]I wanna know when I'm gonna be corporal [/TRANSLATION]
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                • #9
                  the annual reports are highly confidential, but you will see every report written about you because you have to sign it. Fair bet that none have been compiled on you yet, at least none that could be used to hinder promotion, since you haven't signed any.
                  No Beast so fell that knows no pity,
                  No Beast am I, For I know no pity...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Vice Admiral
                    the annual reports are highly confidential, but you will see every report written about you because you have to sign it. Fair bet that none have been compiled on you yet, at least none that could be used to hinder promotion, since you haven't signed any.
                    Would that not leave the door wide open to people saying "Oh no, I don't like what they said about me" and refusing to sign?

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                    • #11
                      That is what happens, but then there has to be an explanation as to why a report was not made, which leads to the higher ups finding out what the dispute is and having to make a call.

                      This works in my job as well, if I am doing a performance appraisal of a member of staff, that person must also sign off on it and I cannot submit it until it is signed off by that person. If I miss my deadline my boss asks me what the problem is, and then it is his job to resolve the dispute.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Barry
                        Would that not leave the door wide open to people saying "Oh no, I don't like what they said about me" and refusing to sign?
                        If it works the same as all other reports (eg course reports, assignment process, etc) you (are supposed to be) are given an opportunity to read the report and add any comments before you sign it.

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                        • #13
                          There is a section on the form for your comments and you are encouraged to make any observations you wish about your report.

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                          • #14
                            Yes

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by stameen soldier
                              Was that a unit-level exercise (the report writing) or is it an army standard?
                              Not sure. As far as i know it was just unit level but i must check that out.
                              Trouble, Trouble, I tried to chase trouble but its chasing me.
                              Trouble, trouble, trouble with a capitol T
                              do do do do do do do da do do do. etc etc......

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