Performance evaluations are intended to measure the extent to which the employee’s performance meets the requirements of a particular position and to establish goals for the future; strengthen the relationship between you and the employee; open up channels of a communication; appraise past performance; recognize good performance; identify areas that might require improvement; enable you to access your own communication and supervisory skills.
Listed on the following pages are a number of performance factors that are important in the successful completion of most assignments. A list of qualities has been included to assist in evaluating the employee’s performance in each area. Factors 1-10 apply to the deliverables / competence of the staff. Factors 11-20 applies only to employees with supervisory responsibilities.
In the spaces provided by each of the performance factors, you are encouraged to support your ratings with clarifying comments and specific examples which occurred during the review period that determined or affected the level of achievement marked. Factors rated anything other than “Meets Expectations” must be supported with examples or reasons. After the entire form has been completed and reviewed, the original is forwarded to the Office of Human Resources. Both the supervisor and the employee retain a copy.
DEFINITION OF TERMS:
CONSISTENTLY BELOW EXPECTATIONS: Performance is at a level below established objectives with the result that overall
contribution is marginal and substandard. Performance requires a high degree of supervision.
BELOW EXPECTATIONS: Meets some of the established objectives and expectations but definite areas exist
where achievement is substandard. Performance requires somewhat more than normal degree of direction and supervision.
MEETS EXPECTATIONS: Meets established objectives in a satisfactory and adequate manner. Performance
requires normal degree of supervision.
EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS: Accomplishments are above expected level or essential requirements.
CONSISTENTLY EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS: Job performance easily exceeds job requirements; performance approaches best