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Managing the Performance of Teleworkers Barbara Colchao Team Leader Program and Policy Development Managing Teleworkers Good News-- Manage all employees the same way Bad News-- Some do not manage employees well now Solution-- Develop good management skills for all managers/supervisors

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Managing the performance of teleworkers l.jpg

Managing the Performance of Teleworkers

Barbara Colchao

Team Leader

Program and Policy Development

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Performance Management and Incentive Awards


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Managing Teleworkers

  • Good News--

    • Manage all employees the same way

  • Bad News--

    • Some do not manage employees well now

  • Solution--

    • Develop good management skills for all managers/supervisors

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Performance Management and Incentive Awards


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Set the Stage for Telework

  • Select the right jobs/tasks

  • Select the right people

  • Select the right managers (or train them)

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Performance Management and Incentive Awards


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Performance Management Tools

  • Performance management processes help supervisors manage teleworkers by:

    • planning work and setting expectations,

    • continually monitoring performance,

    • developing the capacity to perform,

    • periodically rating performance in a summary fashion, and

    • rewarding good performance.

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Planning

  • Set clear goals, objectives, and priorities

  • Spell out simply what is expected of all employees

  • Determine how much work can be done and how well it needs to be done

  • Agree on measures to be used

  • Establish precise work plans and schedules

  • Identify tasks that can be done offsite

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Monitoring

  • Provide clear feedback and coaching

  • Increase phone and email communication

  • Check work progress frequently

  • Listen carefully to what is said and what is not said

  • Look for results: milestones, summaries, progress reports, drafts, etc.

  • Trust but confirm

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Performance Management and Incentive Awards


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Developing

  • Provide adequate equipment

  • Provide access to resources equal to those onsite

  • Encourage self-development and new skills

  • Encourage strong work independence

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Performance Management and Incentive Awards


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Rating

  • Use results-oriented performance plans

    • A Handbook for Measuring Employee Performance

  • No need for special elements and standards

  • Treat all work the same (onsite and offsite)

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Rewarding

  • Be consistent and timely

  • Reward results

  • Encourage participation in group events

  • Attention can be its own reward

  • Do not ignore the non-performer

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Workplace Realities

  • Supervisors do not watch employees all the time

  • Supervisor-employee trust is essential to effective, successful organizations

  • Mindset and attitude are paramount

  • IT support is critical

  • Well-established, effective performance management practices are key

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Referral Bonuses

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Using Referral Bonuses

  • Guidelines

  • Establishing Criteria

  • Tips and Reminders

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Performance Management and Incentive Awards


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Guidelines

  • Uses the general awards authority

  • Not the same as Recruitment Bonus

  • Does not violate 18 U.S.C. 211

  • Prohibitions

    • Recruitment is part of official duties

    • Selecting official or in chain of command

    • Relative as listed in 5 U.S.C. 3110(a)(3)

  • Reporting to CPDF (NOAC 848, 846 for time-off awards)

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Establishing Criteria

  • WHO: Which employees can and cannot receive a referral bonus?

  • WHAT: What form should the award take and what size should it be?

  • HOW: When does the employee get the award? Should it be given all at once or in installments?

  • WHEN: What has to happen before an employee gets an award? Are there specific requirements that the new appointee must meet?

  • WHERE: Where do you track who made the referral and whether all the criteria are met?

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Tips and Reminders

  • Not mandatory part of awards program

  • Use where and when needed

    • Stop when no longer needed

    • Stop if they don’t improve hiring

  • Like all awards, not an entitlement

  • Make criteria complete and specific

  • Evaluate and revise as appropriate

  • Make sure results justify expense

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