3.6.2. Career advancement and salary policy.
Career advancement
BME’s policy for promoting employees is another exam-
ple of its commitment to personnel. The following criteria
are used to determine salary raises within each profes-
sional category: yearly employee evaluation, training and
length of service at the current level.
• Training
Training courses attended both as part of and outside
the in-house training programme are also taken into
account in the professional advancement of employees.
• Length of service at current level
Each year of service dating from an employee’s last salary
rise shall count toward job promotion.
• Yearly performance assessment.
The first performance assessment, carried out in 2007,
encourages cooperation between the evaluator and
the employee, more in-depth knowledge of working
teams, and direct information about how each employ-
ee’s professional efforts are perceived.
In 2012, the evaluation process was revised to improve
the assessment of employees’ performance which
caused the evaluations to be carried out later than usual
this year.
(1) Figures not definitive at the date of publication of this report
(1)The percentage of employees subject to performance assessments in 2010 and 2011 differ from the figure shown in the 2010 and 2011 CSR report respectively,
as the exact figures were not available when the reports were published.
(2) Figures not definitive at the date of publication of this report
2010
2011
2012
(2)
Employees with Performance Assessment
83.65%
(1)
83.74%
(1)
93.28%
Employees with Performance Assessment by Professional Category
2011
2012
(1)
Senior Management
0
0
Middle Management
40
52
Specialist technicians
368
398
Administrative/ Auxiliary/ Support Staff
188
232
65
BME employees
2
3
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