Employee performance evaluations provide an opportunity for self-assessment, goal setting and professional development as a well as recognition for outstanding service. Because evaluating an employee is a process, there are activities that happen over time versus a singular day of review, feedback, and waiting until next year’s review date. On this page, you will find the tools and resources necessary to manage the performance evaluation process.
The end result is the completion of an Annual Performance Evaluation Form (can fill in online or print as a handwritten document). Word version / PDF version
Examples of Good and Bad Performance Evaluations
- 30-60-90 Day Evaluation: Upon conclusion of a new employee's probationary period, a 90-day performance appraisal should be completed as a means to document the assessment of a new employee’s performance and advise HR whether employment should continue. Probationary periods generally end 90 days after an employee has started his/her new position. (can fill in online or print as a handwritten document). Word version / PDF version
- Performance Evaluation Course: Learn or enhance knowledge about performance evaluation in terms of the concept and process, best practices, and the art of performance evaluation review conversation via Safe Colleges course: Performance Evaluation.
Below illustrates the performance evaluation process.