Personnel

performancemanagement

The page is divided into five sections. The first deals with the BHECM requirements for the campus minister’s annual evaluation and the second section presents a proposed performance management plan to comply with the BHECM requirements. The third section presents performance management best practices. The fourth provides information on sexual harassment prevention training and the fifth provides links to Virginia Labor and Employment Law.

Section I: BHECM Guidance on Campus Minister Evaluation:

  • Board Preference Form (This form is relates to the campus ministers tenure, is sent to the district superintendent and is completed by the Personnel Committee/Board. It is due on Dec 1st)
  • Preference Form (This form also relates to tenure, but is completed by the Campus Minister. It is due on Dec 1st)
  • Instructions for Campus Minister Evaluation (These are BHECM instructions and guidance on how to conduct the annual performance of the campus minister)
  • Report of Campus Minster Evaluation (This is the summary report of the annual evaluation and it is due to the BHECM by Jun 10th)

Personnel Committee Training VideoBHECM Requirements

  • Play the Video (MP4)
  • Personnel Committee2

Section II: Campus Minister’s Performance Management Plan (This is an example of the system used by the Wesley Foundation at the College of William and Mary)

Personnel Committee Training – A Performance Management System

  • Play the Video (MP4)
  • Personnel Committee2

Section III: Performance Management Best Practices

Section IV:  Harassment Prevention Training:

  • Example of a sexual harassment prevention policy from William and Mary. (Check you university for their policy)
  • Wesley Foundation employees and board members should be receive harassment prevention training. To get an idea of the scope of the training, visit the Atlantic Training web site and view the selection of Harassment Training presentations.

Section V: Virginia Labor and Employment Law:

  • Virginia Labor and Employment Law web page (link)

Section VI: New DOL Guidelines on Overtime

  • Key Provisions (Link)