The last Financial Year saw tremendous strengthening of the public service workforce through recruitment of technical personnel as well as the roll out of training programmes to further reinforce the county human resource. The result has been to expand the delivery of mandate through new and determined efforts while securing the benefits of building a greater level of trust and confidence among stakeholders.
To further strengthen the system, the county government is planning to introduce Performance Appraisal System to help improve service delivery.
Speaking during the official launch of two day training at Kishaunet grounds, the County Secretary Dr. Mike Parklea said that the process will help to demonstrate high standards of ethical behaviour and deliver quality services.
He further said that the county government is ready to offer all the necessary support so as to ensure performance appraisal process will be successful.
Jackson Yaralima echoed the county secretary’s sentiments saying performance appraisal will see workers who deliver overwhelmingly promoted and awarded salary increments to motivate them to work harder and better.
Chief Officer Wilson Ngoroko said that result based management will facilitate harmonized development and maintainable monitoring of results.
Charles Onkundi- lead trainer from Kenya School of government, Baringo campus said that staff training and development is an essential activity in any organization. He added that the rapidly changing environment in which we operate demands that organizations reassess their skills needs on a regular basis, assess their staff against these needs and draw up suitable training and development plans.
The two-day training saw human resource practitioners from all departments and county directors benefit.