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Hello Folks, I am looking for a detailed and comprehensive checklist/ promotion criteria form to initiate the facts driven, un-biased promotion process for our employees mainly for technical job. Can anyone help
HR & Admin

Hi MAKKU9350,
What is your organization's promotion policy? If you do not have one the same has to be developed.
When you are looking at up grading an in house employee it can be done through two modes one a Panel constituting the Key personnel which decides on the eligible candidates or an Internal Job Posting.
The need for promoting/ up grading an employee depends on various factors like existing vacancy,tapping a best performer with additional roles and responsibilities.
Apart from the general guidelines a few parameters can be followed by HR being a part of the interviewing panel are listed below:
Ability to work in the role to be assigned
Manpower handling
Computer Skills
Technical knowledge like Utilities,Process Flow,Maintenance etc
Stock Handling (where ever applicable)
Audit Protocols Awareness (both internal and external)
Safety Awareness
Team handling capacity
Adherence to Company's requirement in target achievement.

Hello Venkata,
Currently there is no promotion policy in this company and it is happening very adhoc. Once an employee completes 3 years on the job, he is getting a designation change.
I am starting from scratch and your input would definetley help.
If you have some documents around it, can you please share

Basically what is your company profile ?
It is good to change designations for employees who are standing with your organization for a considerable stint.
It is good to start from scratch now and you can follow the basic guidelines suggested above and improvise on them.
Attached is a simple template which may be useful.

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File Type: pdf Criteria For Internal Promotions.pdf (197.9 KB, 607 views)

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