Just 737 out of more than 1.2 million General Schedule employees were denied their step increases and accompanying raises for poor performance in 2009, as Federal Times’ exclusive investigation found. Senior writer Stephen Losey talked on Monday with Capital Insider’s Morris Jones about what this shows about the government’s performance management problems:
April 1st, 2011 at 12:33 am
how can you measure poor performance if the supervisor is a liar, cheater, etc…. Poor performance can be retaliation because a person speaks out to protect their civil rights.
Been there done this!!
Kristi Weng Says:
April 1st, 2011 at 11:42 am
Me too. Bravo to Pattie for citing this. I survived it and am now doing fine under a new and very much improved suprvisor. It only takes one bad supervisor to falsely destroy your career. Fortunately I met the problem head on and didn’t waiver. Tom Petty once said something like “don’t back down” and I didn’t. I’ll be interested in seeing how many women respond in kind to this post. Or not, you never know.
Kristi (again) Says:
April 1st, 2011 at 11:49 am
It would probably help if I had known name (required) didn’t mean my whole name. That is what I get for trying this in my old age. Now I’ll be interested in seeing how many of the over-50 generation will respond in kind to this post. Or if my old supervisor comments. Or not, you never know. :^) At least I have a misplaced sense of humor about the whole thing.
April 4th, 2011 at 6:01 pm
JEEZ…here again after the WORKING PEOPLE.. How many was it from WALL STREET that got tagged with poor performance reviews or job loss For the 08 collapse?? Does ZERO come to mind give me a break!!