STAFF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
The Staff Performance Appraisal system is a critical component of the overall human resource management function of organizations. It is predicated upon the principle of work planning, setting of agreed performance targets, feedback and reporting. It is linked to other human resource management systems and processes including recruitment, placement, staff development, career progression, incentives and sanctions.
The overall objective of Staff Performance Appraisal is to manage and improve performance of staff by enabling a higher level of staff participation and involvement in planning, delivery and evaluation of work performance.
The University of Nairobi embarked on evaluating staff performance appraisal (SPA) in 2005. The staff performance appraisal cycle runs from October to March of every year. All senior managers and administrators have been sensitized on the need, effect and positive results of an SPA exercise that is managed in a timely, efficient and effective manner.
Currently, the University has four tools to capture performance of staff at the different levels as follows:
SPA 1 - SPA Form for Teaching staff
SPA 2 - SPA Form for Senior Administrative, Technical and Library staff
SPA 3 - SPA Form for staff in grades A - F
SPA 4 - SPA Form for staff in grades I – IV
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