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Redundancy selection matrix scoring (performance) guide

Reviewed 5 March 2021

The Redundancy Selection Criteria Assessment Guidelines should be used to assist in the accurate assessment of employees. 

Redundancy selection matrix scoring (performance)

Before completing the appropriate section of the Assessment Form, please refer to these notes for guidance.

A scoring of between 1 and 5 should be applied to each criteria. Please be objective in your assessment and ensure that each individual is awarded a score which accurately reflects their performance in each area. All assessment scores should be backed up with relevant comments. Use of extreme scores such as 1’s or 5’s must be justified using relevant comments and examples.

Criteria: Performance

Score = 1:

  • Meets few job requirements.
  • Shows no in

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