Professionalism and Volunteerism in MAHSRA
- Performance planning
- Performance Monitoring and Management
- Annual Performance Evaluation
MAHSRA’s annual performance evaluation is the analysis, based on documentation from previous stages of the process, of its employees work records. The evaluation addresses two fundamental questions. The first relates to the past and involves verifying what was accomplished qualitatively and quantitatively during the year. The second relates to the future and consists of identifying means to be considered to ensure the employee continues to grow and develop.
Request for MAHSRA’s Employee evaluation forms…
- Human Resource Information System for MAHSRA
- Annual Performance Planning Form
- Performance Appraisal Form
- Staff Performance Needs and Development
MAHSRA has instituted a Personnel Management Framework (MPPMS) that sets down the policies, conditions, rights and obligations of its employees subject to their performing of the duties and responsibilities in their respective job descriptions.
Included in the Framework is:
- MAHSRA’s Categories of Personnel (MCP); and the
- MAHSRA’s Personnel Performance Evaluation System (MPPES)
- Management Category
- Professional Category
- Field Works and Support Category
MAHSRA believes in equal employment opportunity to each individual, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant condition. This policy applies to recruitment and advertising; hiring and job assignment; promotion, demotion and transfer; layoff or termination; rates of pay and benefits; selection for training; and the provision of any other human resources service. All new job offers descriptions are established and include the following elements:
- Position summary;
- Description of duties and responsibilities;
- Conditions of work;
Working at the level of the locally implemented programs, the major responsibility is for the Primary Management Unit under orders from the National Control Unit, to set a strategic direction for the organizational action plans as indicated by higher level initial guideline directives for planned programs.
MAHSRA’s International board members/executives work in close collaboration and guidance from the National Control Unit that obtains duly examined and analyzed information from the Ad hoc Committees and the Primary Management Unit headed by the chief executive office (CEO). The CEO in collaboration with the secretary general, designs projects and action plans and proposes them to the board for the board meeting that MAHSRA’s overall plans and financial dispositions are carefully examined.