T-15.1, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the remuneration and other conditions of employment of the members of the Administrative Labour Tribunal

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SCHEDULE IV
(s. 10)
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION CRITERIA AND GRADES
The annual performance evaluation is carried out according to the following criteria:
(1) Qualitative evaluation criteria: they comprise factors and standards intended to assess the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the member in the performance of duties, particularly with regard to
(a) the knowledge and use of statutes, regulations, evidence and procedure rules and jurisprudence using the means put at his or her disposal to master them;
(b) the quality of the drafting of decisions, particularly with regard to clarity, precision and concision;
(c) behaviour with the parties and their witnesses and representatives, particularly at the hearing;
(d) compliance with the code of ethics applicable to the members of the Tribunal;
(e) availability and dedication to work;
(f) communications and relations with the Tribunal’s management and staff;
(g) participation in the committees and activities related to the office of Tribunal member;
(2) Quantitative evaluation criteria: they are intended to assess the quantitative contribution of the member in the processing of records, particularly with regard to
(a) the number of records closed following conciliation, discontinuance or an amicable settlement;
(b) the number of records processed following investigations and hearings of parties, cases taken under advisement to assess testimonies, arguments and all the documents related to a record;
(c) the number of decisions rendered.
The annual performance evaluation is carried out using the following evaluation grades:
A: performance that considerably exceeds the required standards;
B: performance that exceeds the required standards;
C: performance that meets the required standards;
D: performance that falls below the required standards;
E: performance that falls considerably below the required standards.
704-2016O.C. 704-2016, Sch. IV.
SCHEDULE IV
(s. 10)
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION CRITERIA AND GRADES
The annual performance evaluation is carried out according to the following criteria:
(1) Qualitative evaluation criteria: they comprise factors and standards intended to assess the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours of the member in the performance of duties, particularly with regard to
(a) the knowledge and use of statutes, regulations, evidence and procedure rules and jurisprudence using the means put at his or her disposal to master them;
(b) the quality of the drafting of decisions, particularly with regard to clarity, precision and concision;
(c) behaviour with the parties and their witnesses and representatives, particularly at the hearing;
(d) compliance with the code of ethics applicable to the members of the Tribunal;
(e) availability and dedication to work;
(f) communications and relations with the Tribunal’s management and staff;
(g) participation in the committees and activities related to the office of Tribunal member;
(2) Quantitative evaluation criteria: they are intended to assess the quantitative contribution of the member in the processing of records, particularly with regard to
(a) the number of records closed following conciliation, discontinuance or an amicable settlement;
(b) the number of records processed following investigations and hearings of parties, cases taken under advisement to assess testimonies, arguments and all the documents related to a record;
(c) the number of decisions rendered.
The annual performance evaluation is carried out using the following evaluation grades:
A: performance that considerably exceeds the required standards;
B: performance that exceeds the required standards;
C: performance that meets the required standards;
D: performance that falls below the required standards;
E: performance that falls considerably below the required standards.
704-2016O.C. 704-2016, Sch. IV.