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Federal Register / Vol. 64, No. 5 / Friday, January 8, 1999 / Notices

4.

Flexible Probationary Period

A.

Expanded employee assessment period

i.

Average conversion period to permanent status

ii.

Number/percentage of employees completing

iii.

Number of separations during probationary period

a.

Workforce data

b.

Personnel office data

a.

Workforce data

b.

Personnel office data

a.

Workforce data

5.

Contribution-based Compensation and Appraisal System

I.

Contribution-based pay progression

II.

Cash Awards / bonuses

A.

Increased pay-contribution link

B.

Improved contribution & performance feedback

C.

Increased retention of high contributors

D.

Increased turnover of low contributors

A.

Reward contribution & performance

i.

Pay-contribution correlation

ii.

Perceived pay-contribution link

iii.

Perceived fairness of ratings

iv.

Satisfaction with ratings

v.

Employees trust in supervisors

vi.

Pay progression by contribution assessment

i.

Adequacy of contribution & performance feedback

i.

Turnover by contribution assessment

i.

Turnover by contribution assessment

i.

Amount & number of awards by career path, demographics performance

ii.

Perceived fairness of awards

a.

Attitude Survey

b.

CCAS data

a.

Attitude Survey

a.

Attitude Survey

a.

Attitude Survey

a.

Attitude Survey

a.

Workforce data

a.

Attitude Survey

a.

Workforce data

a.

Workforce data

a.

Workforce data

b.

Personnel office data

a.

Attitude Survey

6.

Broadbanding

A.

Increased organizational flexibility

B.

Reduced administrative workload/paperwork reduction

C.

Higher starting salaries

D.

More gradual pay progression at entry level

E.

Increased pay potential

i.

Perceived flexibility

i.

Actual/perceived time savings

i.

Starting salaries of banded vs. non-banded employees

i.

Progression of new hires over time by band & career path

i.

Mean salaries by band, career path, demographics

a.

Attitude Survey

a.

Personnel office data

b.

Attitude Survey

a.

Workforce data

a.

Workforce data

a.

Workforce data

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