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La Trobe Business School ADVANCED REMUNERATON AND PERFORMANCE MGT5ARP Subject Learning Guide Semester 1 2018 City Campus Subject Coordinator(s): Dr Tim Clune Instance Coordinator(s): Dr Shoaib Riaz 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 2 Table of Contents SUBJECT DETAILS 3 GENERAL DETAILS 3 ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS 3 STAFF CONTACTS 3 SUBJECT DESCRIPTION 3 SUBJECT INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (SILOS) 3 GRADUATE CAPABILITIES 3 LEARNING ACTIVITY SUMMARY 4 ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK SUMMARY 4 LEARNING RESOURCES 4 STUDENT FEEDBACK ON SUBJECT SURVEY 4 POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES 5 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY 5 SPECIAL CONSIDERATION 5 EXTENSIONS, LATE SUBMISSIONS AND PENALTIES 5 STUDENT COMPLAINT 6 STUDENT LEARNING UNIT (SL) 6 LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS) 6 LIBRARY 6 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 7 PEER LEARNING ADVISERS 7 SCHEDULE OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES 8 SESSION PLAN ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. LEARNING ACTIVITY DETAILS 8 ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK DETAILS 9 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 3 Subject Details GENERAL DETAILS Subject Code: MGT5ARP Subject Title: Advanced Remuneration and Performance Management Teaching Period: Semester One Location(s): City Campus, 360 Collins ST, 20th Floor Credit Points: 15 Mode: Day Level: 5 ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS Prerequisites: None Co-requisites: None Incompatibles: None Assumed Skills & Knowledge: Entry into Masters Coursework level degree Special Study Requirements: None STAFF CONTACTS Role Campus Name Email Telephone Room Subject Coordinator Albury Wodonga Dr Tim Clune t.clune@latrobe.edu.au 02 6024 9853 Email for Appointment Instance Coordinator Dr Shoaib Riaz SUBJECT DESCRIPTION In this subject you will examine issues concerning remuneration and performance management. You will consider the trend away from position-based towards performance-based remuneration. You will also analyse the relationships between reward systems, employee participation and organisational performance. This subject aims to provide you with the critical and analytical tools to evaluate diverse remuneration and performance systems across various contemporary organisations. You will design and develop remuneration and performance management systems and processes. SUBJECT INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (SILOS) Upon successful completion of this subject, you should be able to : 1 Critically analyse HRM literature and empirical research on remuneration and performance management theory, practices and systems 2 Identify and evaluate contemporary organisational approaches to remuneration and performance 3 Define, describe and apply the knowledge and skills needed to solve practical problems relative to remuneration and performance practices and systems 4 Design fundamental components of remuneration and performance management systems and processes GRADUATE CAPABILITIES The following Graduate Capabilities (GCs) are evaluated in this subject: GC GC Point a Writing Reinforcement b Critical thinking Reinforcement c Inquiry/Research Reinforcement 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 4 LEARNING ACTIVITY SUMMARY Learning Activity: Schedule Seminars Weeks 1-12 Reading and Discussion Weeks 1 -12 Further information is available at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/timetables ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK SUMMARY Assessment Tasks: Due Date SILOs GCs % Comments Assessment 1 Individual Essay Sunday end of Week 4 Submit to Turnitin by 11:55 PM 3 a,b,c, 35 Individual Assessment 1,800 words Assessment 2 Case Study Report Sunday end of Week 7 Submit to Turnitin by 11:55 PM 1,2,3,4 a,b,c, 35 Individual Assessment 1,800 words Assessment 3 Individual Portfolio Sunday end of Week 12 Submit to Turnitin by 11:55 PM 1,2 a,b,c, 30 Individual Assessment 1,400 words LEARNING RESOURCES Reading Type Title Author and Year Publisher Articles and Chapters See each week in LMS See each week in LMS See each week in LMS STUDENT FEEDBACK ON SUBJECT SURVEY The Student Feedback on Subjects (SFS) Survey is part of the quality assurance process that occurs across the university. In this survey you are invited to tell us about your learning experiences in this subject. We want you to tell us of your experience in this subject. Your views will be taken seriously and will assist us to enhance this subject for the next group of students. Your feedback will also contribute to the text for Summary of Previous Student Feedback below so please take the time to tell us your views. The surveys are anonymous and will be distributed prior to the end of the teaching period. For information on Student Feedback on Subjects refer to: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/opportunities/leadership-volunteering/speak-up/subjects-teaching 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 5 Policies, Procedures and Guidelines The University has a comprehensive policy framework to which both staff and students must adhere. You should familiarise yourself with those policies, procedures and guidelines likely to affect you especially the following: Academic Integrity Academic Progress Assessment and Feedback Extension to Submission Dates Late Submission of Assessment Tasks Occupational, Health and Safety [OHS] Privacy Special Consideration Student Charter Use of Electronic Mail The relevant policies, procedures and guidelines can be found on the website at: https://policies.latrobe.edu.au/home Academic Integrity Academic integrity means being honest in academic work and taking responsibility for learning the conventions of scholarship. La Trobe University views this seriously as evidenced by the following extract: Academic honesty is a fundamental principle in teaching, learning, research and scholarship. The University requires its academic staff and students to observe the highest ethical standards in all aspects of academic work and it demonstrates its commitment to these values by awarding due credit for honestly conducted scholarly work, and by penalising academic misconduct and all forms of cheating. Academic Integrity Procedures (2012, p. 1 of 6) Academic misconduct includes improper referencing, plagiarism, copying and cheating. You should familiarise yourself with your responsibilities in relation to Academic Integrity and if you have any questions, direct them to your Course Coordinator. Information can be found on the website at: www.latrobe.edu.au/students/academic-integrity All hard copy assignments should be accompanied by the Academic Integrity Assignment Declaration Form available at: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0017/711152/Assignment-Declaration-Form.pdf For assistance with referencing visit http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/academic-integrity/referencing-help Special Consideration Special Consideration is the term used to describe a process that applies an equity measure to ensure that where any temporary adverse circumstances beyond the control of a student, that impact negatively on that students ability to demonstrate their learning achievement for an assessment task, is taken into account. Eligibility to apply for Special Consideration does not automatically imply eligibility to receive it. Certain criteria must be satisfied in order to receive Special Consideration. Please refer to the relevant policies, procedures and guidelines website at https://policies.latrobe.edu.au/home Submission of special consideration applications for assignments, mid-semester tests and final examinations should be made online at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/special-consideration Extensions, Late Submissions and Penalties There are policies and procedures to guarantee fair, consistent and transparent treatment of late submission of assessment tasks provide equity around extensions to submission dates and penalties associated with not submitting assessment by the due date and time. The University requires fair, consistent and transparent treatment of late submission of assessment tasks. The procedure for late submission is documented in the Late Submission of Assessment Tasks document (Ref. no. 112027D). It states: 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 6 The standard penalty for late submission of assessment tasks is 5% of the marks for that task for each delay in submission of a day or partial day up to a maximum of five (5) working days after the due date. Assessment tasks will not be accepted after the earlier of the following occurrences: The fifth (5th) working day after the due date; or Feedback on the assessment task has been returned to any student by the Teaching Team member. These penalties apply only to individual assessment tasks worth 15% or more of the total assessment for the subject. Late submission of take home examinations is not permitted. Submission of special consideration applications for assignments, mid-semester tests and final examinations should be made online at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/?a=668155. 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This Centre can be contacted by telephone on (03) 9479 2900 (Melbourne); (03) 5444 7410 (Bendigo); (02) 6024 9628 (AlburyWodonga); National Relay Service Deaf and Hearing Impaired: T: 133677 (within Australia only). Email: Equality@latrobe.edu.au or refer to the website at: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/support . Peer Learning Advisers Peer Learning Advisers (PLAs) are experienced students who can help you with assignment and thesis writing, maths and statistics and other academic skills. PLAs are friendly and approachable and come from many disciplines; e.g. health sciences, business or education. Their drop-in service is available at these campuses: Bundoora, Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Mildura and Shepparton. Their timetable is available online: latrobe.edu.au/students/learning/drop-in-learning-support. 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 8 Schedule of Learning Activities All sessions comprise required readings. Please review the reading list on the LMS as part of your preparation. Session Plan Week Topic and Activity SILOs GCs 1 Introduction Work and Remuneration Group formation for Student led discussion of readings 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 2 Remuneration Management Systems Group formation for Student led discussion of readings 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 3 Position-based Systems Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 4 Remuneration and Turnover Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 5 Performance Management Systems Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 6 Performance Approaches Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 7 Performance Evaluation Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 8 Workplace Negotiations, Practices and Behaviours Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 9 Regulations and Fair Work Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 10 Employment relations Workshop Group Student analysis of reading and discussion 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c 11 Course Review 1, 2, 3, 4, a,b,c 12 Portfolio Construction 1, 2, 3, 4 a,b,c Learning Activity Details Times and rooms are subject to change. To view the full time and location details for learning activities in this subject, please ensure you seek further information available at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/timetable/. You should also regularly check [at least once per week] the subjects LMS site (where applicable) for updated information. 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 9 Assessment and Feedback Details Assessment Task 1 Due Date % SILOs Assessed Individual essay 1,800 words Sunday end of Week 4 35 3 Submission Details Submit a copy on Turnitin by 11:55 PM Sunday end of Week 4 Grading Criteria and Feedback See Rubric Description of Task This assessment is an individual assessment and requires you to write an essay of 1,800 words (+/- 10%). Read the Case Study on the LMS. As a HR Consultant for the Case Study organisation, or an organisation of your choice (approved by the Facilitator), you have been asked by the CEO of the organisation to put forward a paper on remuneration systems. First you will outline the purpose of the paper and relate it to the Case Study and the remuneration system evident, or not, in the Case Study. Define remuneration in terms of position-based and person-based systems. In the essay you need to outline the drivers/elements of the different remuneration systems. You need to provide a comprehensive analysis and demonstrate analytical and a critical analysis of the literature. Remember, you are the Consultant and you need to demonstrate that you have an understanding of the current remuneration system in the organisation and the ability to make a recommendation for a new or revised remuneration system based on your research. The guiding task/question is: As the Consultant to the Case Study organisation you are to conduct an analysis of position-based and person based remuneration systems. Which person-based remuneration system or hybrid of systems will you recommended for the Case Study organisation? And why? Note: whilst contemporary practice prefers person-based systems you may argue for an element/s of position-based systems but you must provide justification. You are to answer the question and make an argument relative to the drivers/elements of a remuneration system. For instance, when you identify a driver/element you must argue why it is important and critical to the employees and the goals of the organisation. You should adopt an analytic and critical approach, as opposed to a purely descriptive one, in writing your essay. Your argument(s) must be supported by evidence, including material from contemporary (beyond 2007) academic refereed journal articles. You must use at least fifteen (15) contemporary academic journal articles (Do not cite the internet). Ensure you follow the criteria rubric in terms of the structure of the essay and the content. Read every section of the criteria rubric and respond accordingly. Note: Marking criteria by way of a criteria rubric will be provided on LMS for this assessment item. MGT5ARP Assessment 1 Individual Essay Criteria Rubric Weighting: 35% A 80-100% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 50-59% N 49% or less Introduction (10) Excellent outline of purpose; very good approach to the essay and presenting the elements; Clear comprehensive argument related to the task and the remuneration system. Excellent definition of remuneration systems position based and person based. Outstanding direction of the essay. Clear and purposeful approach to the essay and a well developed argument related to the task and the remuneration system. Well developed definition of remuneration systems position based and person based. Purposeful direction of the essay. Clear and concise purpose and setting up a structured argument related to the task and the remuneration system. Clear definition of remuneration systems position based and person based. Clear direction of the essay. Basic outline of purpose and argument related to the task and the remuneration system. Basic definition of remuneration systems position based and person based. Basic direction of the essay. No clear purpose or argument related to the task and the remuneration system. No clear definition of remuneration systems. No direction of the essay. Analysis of position-based remuneration systems and person-based remuneration systems and the drivers/elements of such systems (40) Comprehensive analysis of different drivers/elements of remuneration systems; High level of interpretative and analytical ability to critically analyse literature. Clear and concise ideas on different drivers/elements of remuneration systems; well evaluated and analysed; Ability to conceptualise and analyse different drivers/elements of remuneration systems. Evidence of critical analysis. Evidence of comprehensive critical analysis. Basic ideas formulated to evaluate and analyse different drivers/elements of remuneration systems. Fundamental theories and concepts summarised; Simple analysis of the literature. No evidence of evaluating remuneration systems. No summary of main theories and concepts; No critical analysis of the literature. Structured and detailed argument for the most appropriate person based remuneration system for the organisation (20) Demonstrates outstanding ability to respond to the task; High level of interpretative and analytical ability to critically analyse literature. Demonstrates thoroughly consistent ability to respond to the task. Supported with evidence of comprehensive critical analysis. Demonstrates consistent ability to respond to the task. Supported with evidence of critical analysis. Demonstrates basic ability to respond to the task. Supported by simple analysis of the literature. No demonstrated ability to respond to the task. No critical analysis of the literature. Conclusion recommendations for the organisation (10) An insightful and comprehensive summary of the essay and response to the task. Excellent and thoughtful recommendations for the organisation. Ability to make sound evaluation of the essay and response to the task. Well-developed recommendations for the organisation. Above average ability to summarise the essay and response to the task. Developed recommendations for the organisation. Reasonably clear summary of the essay and response to the task. Basic recommendations for the organisation. Conclusion does not summarise the essay or establish the answer to the task. No recommendations for the organisation. Research and Referencing (10) Evidence of extensive reading and research; Relevant literature used critically and analytically, presenting a balance of perspectives Excellent application of referencing throughout the document and the reference List. Evidence of wide reading and research; Evidence of critical and analytical use of relevant literature; Good application of referencing throughout the document and the reference list. Reading and research beyond set minimum. Use of relevant research to support findings; Reasonable application of referencing throughout the document and the reference list. Minimal reading and research basic 15 contemporary (beyond 2007) refereed journal articles; Limited use of relevant research, demonstrating little engagement with literature; Average and sometimes inconsistent application of referencing with some errors throughout the document and the reference list. Inadequate reading and research less than 15 contemporary (beyond 2007) refereed journal articles; Research is evident but is inappropriate or irrelevant; Numerous referencing errors throughout the document and the reference list. 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 11 Essay Format, Clarity, Presentation and Proof-reading (10) High facility with academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Comprehensively accurate grammar, punctuation and spelling. Consistent application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Very accurate grammar, punctuation and spelling. Good application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Generally, good grammar, punctuation and spelling. Adequate application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Some errors in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling. Inadequate application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Unacceptable level of grammar, punctuation and or spelling. Assessment Task 2 Due Date % SILOs Assessed Case study report 1,800 words Sunday end of Week 7 35 1 , 2, 3, 4 Submission Details Submit a copy on Turnitin by 11:55 PM Sunday end of Week 7 Grading Criteria and Feedback See Rubric Description of Task This assessment is an individual assessment and requires you to write a case study report of 1,800 words (+/- 10%). Read the Case Study on the LMS. In this report you are acting as a HR Consultant to the Case Study organisation. The report is to be written in report format with a table of contents and headings, sub-headings and numbering for each section and sub-section. The report must provide a clear purpose, scope and limitations of the case study. The report will include a diagnosis of the current performance management system in the Case Study. It will identify the performance management issues in the case study and provide an understanding of such issues related to the staff and the organisation. The report will also compare at least two performance management systems and relative elements/practices/processes. You will need to argue which performance management system or hybrid of two or more performance systems should be implemented at the Case Study organisation. Remember you have to come to conclusions before you can develop any performance management system and practices. As the HR consultant you must write the report as you would present to the Case Study organisation. You must use at least fifteen (15) contemporary (beyond 2007) academic journal articles (Do not cite the internet). Ensure you follow the criteria rubric in terms of the structure of the essay and the content. Read every section of the criteria rubric and respond accordingly. Note: Marking criteria by way of a criteria rubric will be provided on LMS for this assessment item. There is a Short Report format document in LMS under Assessments for you to view. MGT5ARP Assessment 2 Case Study Short Report Format Criteria Rubric Weighting: 35% A 80-100% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 50-59% N 49% or less Introduction (10) Excellent outline of purpose, scope and limitations; Excellent description of case study relative to the diagnostic process well identified areas relevant to the performance in the case study organisation; Outstanding organisation/order of each section of the report. Clear and purposeful outline of purpose, scope and limitations; Advanced description of case study relative to the diagnostic process well identified areas relevant to the performance in the case study organisation; Clear and concise organisation/order of each section of the report. Clear and concise purpose, scope and limitations; Good description of case study relative to the diagnostic process well identified areas relevant to the performance in the case study organisation; Succinct organisation/order of each section of the report. Basic outline of purpose, scope and limitations; Basic outline of case study and diagnostic process to analyse the performance in the organisational case. Reasonable organisation/order of each section of the report. No clear purpose, scope, limitations, or identification of the case study; No diagnostic process to analyse the performance in the organisational case. No clear organisation/order of all sections of the report. Diagnostic Process of analysing the case study and the evident approaches to performance management systems and practices in the Case Study (40) Report expertly outlines the area for analysis and the performance management systems and practice approaches in the case study; High level of interpretative and analytical ability to critically analyse literature. Clear and concise ideas well evaluated and linked to performance management systems and practices; Evidence of comprehensive critical analysis. Ability to conceptualise and then apply and basically evaluate concepts and theories relative to performance management systems and practices; Evidence of critical analysis. Basic ideas formulated and linked to approaches to performance management systems and practices; Fundamental theories and concepts summarised. Simple analysis of the literature. No evidence of evaluating the approaches to performance management systems and practices; No summary of main theories and concepts; No critical analysis of the literature. Comparison of at least two performance management system and practices for the Case Study. Argue for one performance management system or a hybrid of two or more performance systems (20) Demonstrates outstanding ability to compare and develop highly functional and valuable performance tools/measures/practic es and overall performance management system for the organisational case. Highly interpretative literature support. Demonstrates thoroughly consistent ability to compare and develop valuable performance tools/measures/practic es and overall performance management system for the organisational case. Extensive literature support. Demonstrates consistent ability to compare or develop useful performance tools/measures/practic es and overall performance management system for the organisational case. Evidence of beyond minimum literature support. Demonstrates basic ability to compare or build performance tools/measures/practic es and overall performance management system for the organisational case. Basic evidence of literature support. No demonstrated ability to compare or build performance tools/ measures/practic es and overall performance management system for the organisational case. Little to no evidence of literature support. 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 13 Conclusion and recommendatio n of performance management system and practices to be implemented at the case study organisation (10) An insightful and comprehensive summary of the report relative to performance management; Outstanding capacity to argue and make recommendations for the best performance approaches/ tools/measures for the case study organisation. Ability to make sound evaluation of the report relative to performance management; Good ability to argue and make sound recommendations for the best performance approaches/ tools/measures for the case study organisation. Above average ability to summarise the report relative to performance management; Sound argument and recommendations for the best performance approaches/ tools/measures for the case study organisation. Reasonably clear summary of the report relative to performance management; Basic argument and recommendations for the best performance approaches/ tools/measures for the case study organisation. Conclusion does not summarise the report; No clear recommendations or solutions not linked to performance management Research and Referencing (10) Evidence of extensive reading and research; Relevant literature used critically and analytically, presenting a balance of perspectives Excellent application of referencing throughout the document and the reference list. Evidence of wide reading and research; Evidence of critical and analytical use of relevant literature; Good application of referencing throughout the document and the reference list. Reading and research beyond set minimum. Use of relevant research to support findings; Reasonable application of referencing throughout the document and the reference list. Minimal reading and research basic 15 contemporary (beyond 2007) refereed journal articles; Limited use of relevant research, demonstrating little engagement with literature; Average and sometimes inconsistent application of referencing with some errors throughout the document and the reference list. Inadequate reading and research less than 15 contemporary (beyond 2007) refereed journal articles; Research is evident but is inappropriate or irrelevant; Numerous referencing errors throughout the document and the reference list. Report Format, Clarity, Presentation and Proof reading (10) Outstanding presentation thoroughly consistent with high standards in writing academic/short report style; High facility with academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Comprehensively accurate grammar, punctuation and spelling. Presentation thoroughly consistent with academic/short report style; Consistent application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Very accurate grammar, punctuation and spelling. Presentation consistent with academic/short report style; Good application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Generally, good grammar, punctuation and spelling. Presentation adequate, but not fully consistent with appropriate academic/ short report style; Adequate application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Some errors in grammar, punctuation and/or spelling. No use of formal short report style; Inadequate application of academic genre, generic structure relevant to topic; Unacceptable level of grammar, punctuation and or spelling. 2018 MGT5ARP Subject-Learning Guide Semester 1 City Campus La Trobe University 14 Assessment Task 3 Due Date % SILOs Assessed Individual portfolio 1,400 words Sunday end of Week 12 30 1, 2 Submission Details Submit to Turnitin by 11:55 PM Sunday end of Week 12 Grading Criteria and Feedback See Rubric Description of Task The portfolio will allow you to reflect on learnings about remuneration and performance and the different systems and process used in contemporary organisations. You will have to include a proposed remuneration system and a performance management system and various practices and processes. This will be a platform where you can display your achievements and enhance your professional profile. The portfolio will comprise a number of sections and explained to you in a PowerPoint presentation in LMS under Assessments. MGT5ARP Assessment 3 Case Study Portfolio Criteria Rubric Weighting: 30% A 80-100% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 50-59% N 49% or less Personal profile with statement, resume and photo; (10) Excellent profile setting out work experience, qualifications, skills and abilities and photo Clear and purposeful profile setting out work experience, qualifications, skills and abilities and photo Clear and concise profile setting out work experience, qualifications, skills and abilities and photo. Basic profile setting out work experience, qualifications, skills and abilities and photo No clear profile setting out work experience, qualifications, skills and abilities no photo. Remuneration System, processes, practices and activities (40) Report expertly presents a remuneration management systems, processes and practices. Clear and concise ideas well developed to create a remuneration management systems, processes and practices. Ability to conceptualise and then develop a remuneration management system, processes and practices. Basic ideas formulated and linked to approaches to remuneration management system, processes and practices. No evidence of remuneration system and relative processes and activities. Performance Management System, processes, practices and activities (40) Report expertly presents a performance management systems, processes and practices. Clear and concise ideas well developed to create a performance management systems, processes and practices. Ability to conceptualise and then develop a performance management system, processes and practices. Basic ideas formulated and linked to approaches to performance management system, processes and practices. No evidence of performance management system and relative processes and activities. Overall quality of the Portfolio presentation (10) A comprehensive portfolio expertly presented. Ability to present a well-designed portfolio with appropriate materials. Reasonably good presentation of materials. Adequate presentation of materials. Poor presentation of materials.

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