BME employees
Corporate and Social
Responsibility Report 2013
BME
3.6.2. Career advancement and salary policy.
Career advancement
BME employees can advance professionally and be pro-
moted to higher levels within their professional group
by achieving targets in three main areas: annual per-
formance assessment, training, and length of service at
current level.
a) Annual performance assessment
Performance assessments, carried out since 2007,
encourage a stronger relationship between the eval-
uator and the employee and facilitate a more in-depth
knowledge of working teams. In 2012, the assessment
process was subject to review and improvements,
which concluded in 2013. which has delayed the
annual staff performance assessment.
b) 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.
c) Length of service at current level
Each year of service dating from an employee’s last
salary rise is counted toward job promotion.
With the entry into force of the new statutory collec-
tive agreement a parity committee has been created in
order to study and, as necessary, revise the aforemen-
tioned career advancement procedure.
(1)The percentage and number of employees subject to performance assessments, by professional category, in 2012 differs from the figure shown in the 2012 CSR
report as the exact figures were not available when the report was published.
(2) Figures not definitive at the date of publication of this report.
Performance assessment
2011
(1)
2012
(1)
2013
(2)
Employees
83.74%
93.28%
76.67%
Number of employees by professional category
Senior management
0
0
0
Middle management
40
52
35
Specialist technicians
368
398
356
Administrative / Auxiliary / Support Staff
188
232
171
64
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