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Your Appraisal

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Your AppraisalWe are committed to supporting your personal development.
We want to encourage a culture where staff are working to their full potential, achieve their objectives and are up to date with all of their mandatory training. 

Everyone is entitled to at least one appraisal per year.
All employees are required to participate in the appraisal process, with an appraisal taking place once a year, using your start date as the first day of your appraisal year or a further agreed date. You are responsible for actively engaging with the appraisal and Personal Development Plan (PDP) process and should take joint responsibility for ensuring that you have an appraisal each year.We want our employees to progress to their full potential.
In line with national Agenda for Change terms and conditions, pay progression is dependent on staff demonstrating the required level of knowledge, skills, performance and delivery. All post holders who apply the necessary knowledge and skills to meet their objectives, the requirements of their post and other pay progression criteria will receive an annual increment. We want our employees to progress to their full potential and as such, there are no national or local quotas for pay progression.
You should prepare carefully for supervision and appraisal meetings and objectives and development should be jointly agreed. You are responsible for maintaining the evidence of any learning and development you have undertaken throughout the year, including mandatory training, and should update you Continuing Professional Development (CPD) record as appropriate
Your appraisal should be focussed on quality time and discussions about you at work with your line manager and the appraisal form is only there to help guide this.Questions or Concerns 
If you have any questions or concerns ask your line manager, or for impartial advice and information:
Tel: 0300 330 1403 Company Objectives
Find out more about our company objectives by following the links below: Further information
Click to follow the links below. Please note that these documents are held on the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Intranet and can only be accessed when logged internally to the Peninsula Community Health IT system.

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