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CAC unveils new staff appraisal system

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CAC unveils new staff appraisal system

By Chinenye Offor

The Corporate Affairs Committee (CAC) has phased out the annual performance appraisal report (APER) for staff performance, replacing it with the modern key performance indicator (KPI) management system.

CAC Registrar General Alhaji Garba Abubakar announced the introduction of the KPI at the start of an awareness training on the KPI-based assessment system in Abuja.

Abubakar noted that since the CAC was established over 30 years ago, it has used the APER form to measure staff performance, adding that it has become subjective and outdated.

The Registrar General said the event aimed to familiarize supervisory staff with the basics and applications of the new assessment form to ensure its effective adoption.

Represented by Haruna Salihu, Deputy Director, Records and Promotion, Abubakar said the training will be delivered in several streams to ensure an effective understanding of the basics of the new assessment system.

He instructed the participants to make the most of the opportunity offered by the training and to remain committed to carrying out their duties effectively.

Abubakar stressed that the reform of the performance measurement system was part of his continued efforts to reposition the Commission.

He expressed optimism that the KPI system would improve productivity, reward hard work and discourage laziness.

It will be recalled that during a previous retreat entitled “Review of the annual performance appraisal form of the ACC”, the Registrar General assured that efforts would continue to be made to reposition the commission for optimal performance. .

Also commenting on the new appraisal system at a previous retreat, ACC Human Resources Director Ms. Olayemi Oyeniyi said the KPI was aligned with global best practices in performance management.

She said the KPI was designed to assess staff performance on three basic and generally accepted performance criteria: knowledge, behavior and task accomplished.

Oyeniyi further stated that the new form is structured in parts A, B and C which includes a KPI for the year under review and a KPI for the coming year, among others.

Source: NAN

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