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  • Briefing to Portfolio Committee on Public EnterprisesOn Performance Management ofSOE Senior Management10 November 2009

  • Relationship between the shareholder, Board and Executive Management of SOEA company has two governing organs:Shareholders (in general meeting); andIts Board of DirectorsThe distribution of powers between these organs is regulated by the Companies Act (61 of 1973) and the SOEs Articles of Association.Such powers generally include ability to hold general meetings, appoint board members, remuneration of directors (executive and non-executive), management and control of a company.The shareholder is responsible for the appointment and removal of directors from the Board, which includes the appointment of executive directors (CEO and CFO) who are appointed ex officio.The Board as the custodian of the company is expected to act in the best interests of the SOE and the shareholder.

  • Relationship between Shareholder, Board and Executive Management.The Board has an oversight role to review and monitor managements conduct of the company affairs and operations, its delivery and achievement of strategic, business, operations and financial goals and other objectives.Management and control of a company often falls under the Board of Directors in terms of both the Companies Act and the Articles.The Executive Management (represented by the CEO and CFO) is accountable to the Board and the Board is accountable to the shareholder. Thus the Board would manage the performance of these executives.Executive management is appointed and managed as part of an employment relationship governed by employment law and Human Resource principles.

  • Performance Management Cycle

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - Alexkor

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardAlexkor To assist staff to enhance their performance and maximise their potential contribution to the success of the organisation as well as to provide a mechanism for determining reward for performance. Results expected (output /outcome)Behavioral Competency Technical Competency . The size of pay awards to staff including performance awards are determined by the Board.The actual reward is based on rating.

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardAlexkor To assist staff to enhance their performance and maximise their potential contribution to the success of the organisation as well as to provide a mechanism for determining reward for performance. Results expected (output /outcome)Behavioral Competency Technical Competency . The size of pay awards to staff including performance awards are determined by the Board.The actual reward is based on rating.

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - Denel

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardDenel The aim of the policy is to track and manage performance.

    The Policy also seek to ensure that employees receive fair evaluations and their performance is managed appropriately and satisfactorily. Setting performance expectations and goals.Measuring performance and providing feedback to employees. Increasing the capacity to perform through training and development.Evaluating employees performance against elements and standards in a performance plan. The actual reward is based on rating.

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - PBMR

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardPBMR The Executive and Senior Managers review PBMRs overall Strategic Intent and compile a Corporate Plan with objectives and budges according to PBMRs strategic and business planning process. The Balanced Scorecard is used to formulate and communicate the strategic objectives to the Company. How the employees supports the objectives and performance standards of the organisation.The actual reward is based on rating.

  • Current SOE Performance Policies South African Airways

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardSouth African AirwaysTo improve organisational performance. To create a performance driven culture.SAA must have achieved its financial target for purposes of paying an Incentive bonus. Achievement of operating profit will serve as the qualifying criteria for bonus payouts. If SAA achieves the financial target Management are eligible for payment of bonus as follows: Target x Modifier x Individual Score x % package

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - SAX

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardSouth African Express To manage the performance of Executive Management through the Balanced Scorecard. The Scorecard determines the remuneration for performance by means of annual salary increases and annual performance bonuses. Financial Performance.Strategic Providing quality service to customers.Improvement on internal business processes.Learning and growthBonuses are strictly dependent on SAX reaching its financial target. Performance achievements of 50% and below do not qualify for Bonuses.

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - Safcol

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardSAFCOL Develop a strategic and integrated management process focusing on individual and team performance and developing capabilities of individuals by evaluating their contributions and results. Meeting the target and goals of the organisation.The actual reward based on rating.

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - Transnet

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardTransnet Establish a clear link between Transnets strategic objectives and contribution of employees.Focusing employee performance on achieving business objectives.Encouragement and rewarding of good performance.Management of poor performance.Fostering commitment to team and individual performance. Meeting the objectives of the company.Developments needs. The actual reward based on rating.

  • Current SOE Performance Policies - Infraco

    SOEObjective Criteria RewardBroadband Infraco Encouraging and rewarding outstanding performance. Compelling all employees to develop and grow.Attract, motivate and retain right people. Performance and profitability of Infraco.Contracted outputs and results that benefit the organisation.The actual reward based on rating.

  • RemunerationRemuneration Guidelines were approved by Cabinet in November 2007. Remuneration is approved by MPE in terms of the DPEs Remuneration Guidelines and is defrayed by SOE. The remuneration, or any adjustment of the remuneration, of executive and non-executive directors are determined by the SOE in Annual General Meeting having due regard to the Remuneration Guidelines.

  • Remuneration GuidelinesNon-Executive DirectorsSOE size categorised in terms of assets and revenue;SOE Chairperson and NED remunerated in line with SOE size;Quarterly retainer paid at median;Additional retainer per sub-committee;Additional fee for Chairpersonship: total remuneration between median and upper quartile;

    Executive DirectorsCEO and ED remunerated in line with SOE size and Enterprise performance;Enterprise performance measured in terms of revenue, profits, market value or return on investment reflecting company performance levels;Scarcity allowance: remunerated in upper quartile;CEO and ED performance exceeding expectations: remunerated in upper quartile;Remuneration reviewed annually and adjusted in terms of individual and organisation performance in line with appropriate benchmarks.

  • *Remuneration GuidelinesShort term performance is measured and scored based upon strategic short term performance measures and targets;Only a portion of the calculated incentive is deemed to be earned in Year 1 - since it is unknown whether short term performance has been delivered at the expense of longer term strategic performance criteria;Long term performance against strategic performance measures assessed at the end of future years - if met, then the remaining calculated incentive is deemed to be earned;If future long term strategic targets are not met, the unearned incentives remain unearned and are not paid out.

  • Remuneration CommitteeSOE boards are encouraged to establish remuneration committees in line with best practice corporate governance principlesThe Committees should review and recommend to the Board on:Executive remuneration and incentive policiesRemuneration packages of senior management Recruitment, retention and termination policies and procedures for senior managementRemuneration framework for directorsThe structure of NED remuneration should be clearly distinguished from that of executivesNEDs should not participate in schemes, including incentive payments designed for Executives.

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