Performance Appraisal

Department for Energy and Climate Change written question – answered on 16th October 2014.

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Photo of John Healey John Healey Labour, Wentworth and Dearne

To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, how many officials in his Department who received the (a) exceeded, (b) met and (c) must improve performance mark under the Civil Service Employment Policy Performance Management System (i) had a disability, (ii) worked full-time and (iii) worked part-time in 2013-14.

Photo of Amber Rudd Amber Rudd The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change

DECC uses the following three performance ratings:

  • Exceptional performance
  • Effective performance
  • Need for improvement/ developing

Table 1 summarises 2013/14 performance ratings for staff who declared that they had a disability. Figures are for staff headcount.

Table 1

Exceptional performance

10

Effective performance

58

Need for improvement/developing

14

Total

82

Table 2 below provides additional data in relation to the performance ratings of staff who declared that they didn’t have a disability, and for those who didn’t declare their disability status.

Table 2

Exceptional performance

Effective performance

Need for improvement/developing

Total

Declared that they had a disability

10

58

14

82

Declared that they didn’t have a disability

273

680

55

1008

Disability status not declared

76

239

23

338

Total

359

977

92

1428

Table 3 below summarises 2013/14 performance ratings for full- and part-time staff. Figures are for staff headcount.

Table 3

Exceptional performance

Effective performance

Need for improvement/developing

Total

Full-time

333

898

87

1318

Part-time

26

79

5

110

Total

359

977

92

1428

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