Public Service Performance Agreements

It is described in four fields: three fields in a series from left to right represent the most important periods of the cycle, and a fourth below represents ongoing activities. Executives are required to develop performance agreements and be evaluated from time to time based on their performance, as specified by their Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Individual board contracts contain requirements for performance and evaluation agreements. If you are a member of the public service, more information about GCintranet`s employee performance management program is available (only available on the Canadian government network). If you are not a public official and have questions about this program, contact TBS Public Enquiries. This research article examined the approaches implemented to improve the Thai public sector.

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