PM Roles and Responsibilities
HR Practitioners are important performance management resources for staff, managers and heads of departments. They include staff on HR teams in Executive Offices or other administrative offices. They have an advisory role in performance management and can provide guidance on the PM policy, underperformance, ePerformance requirements, learning options and more.
Their key PM roles and responsibilities are described below.
Assist in monitoring compliance
Coordinate rebuttal panels
Please click here to watch the rebuttal panel briefing to learn more about this function.
Please contact DOS-HR-Advice@un.org for more information.
Communications and awareness-raising
Guidance and tips
The Office of Human Resources (OHR) is developing a series of facilitator toolkits for performance management workshops. Training Officers or HR Practitioners with facilitation experience can use them to deliver workshops on demand at their duty stations.
Toolkits for the following workshops are ready at this time:
- Performance Management and Development (overview programme required for all managers and supervisors)
- Work-planning Guide
- Getting Real Results from the Mid-Point Review
- Addressing Performance Issues
- End-of-cycle Guide
Please email DOS-HR-Advice@un.org to access them.
Rebuttal panel briefing
The presentation below gives a description of the roles and responsibilities of rebuttal panel members. It is a series of slides with narration provided by a former member of the Performance Management team. Please click here to watch the rebuttal panel briefing to learn more about this function.
Please email DOS-HR-Advice@un.org with any questions.