INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION
USE: The Report of Employee Performance form is to be used for the evaluation of employees in Unit 4, Academic Support.
Evaluations are conducted during the employee's probationary period and annually thereafter. The evaluator may wish to evaluate an
employee more often than the prescribed intervals. When doing so, mark the box labeled Special. If space is inadequate, the
evaluator may attach extra sheets containing comments, or Page 3 of this document provides additional space.
Section A: Check one column for each factor. When a factor is not considered applicable to a particular job or when the evaluator
has not been able to observe the behavior, the category may be recorded as Not Applicable (NA). Check marks in Columns "1" and
"2" require specific explanation in Section D. Record the overall performance in the section entitled Overall Evaluation
, taking into
account all factors and total performance over the period being evaluated. The Overall Evaluation
should not be viewed as an average
of all areas rated. The value applied to a factor may vary depending on the duties assigned to the position.
Meets Expectations: Meets all normal requirements of the position in a competent manner.
: Consistently competent performance exceeding normal standards in all critical factors for the position.
: Total performance is far above normal standards for the position.
: Total performance periodically or regularly falls short of expectations. Specific deficiencies should be noted in
Section D or in a signed and dated attachment.
: Performance is clearly inadequate. Employee has demonstrated an inability or unwillingness to improve
or meet expectations. Performance is not acceptable for position held. Specific deficiencies should be noted either in Section D or in
a signed and dated attachment.
Section B: Describe outstanding qualities. Provide examples for check marks in Columns "4" and "5." (Attach additional sheets if
Section C: Discuss progress or lack thereof toward achievement of goals during last rating period.
Section D: Discuss required improvement or correction. Provide examples for check marks in Columns "1" and "2." (Attach
additional sheets if necessary.)
Section E: Record agreed-upon or prescribed performance goals for the next evaluation period.
Section F: Complete this section only if the employee is on probation. At any time during the probationary period, an employee may
be rejected from further employment or, if permanent in another class, returned to that class. If the evaluator wishes to recommend
rejection during probation, the evaluator must immediately notify the Office of _________________. Consultation will be provided
at that time.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMPLETING THE EVALUATION PROCESS:
1. Prepare an initial draft of the Report of Employee Performance. Prior to meeting with the employee to discuss the draft Report, the
evaluator may request the employee to complete a self-evaluation, which will also be discussed during the performance evaluation
2. Provide the employee with a draft copy of the Report of Employee Performance prior to a performance evaluation interview and
inform the employee of the date, time, place and purpose of the evaluation interview. The employee shall have 14 days to submit a
rebuttal (if any) to the evaluator before the evaluation is finalized. During the interview, the evaluator should encourage the employee
to discuss his/her opinions and observations regarding the content of the evaluation.
3. Upon completion of the evaluation interview, the Report of Employee Performance is completed in final form and signed by the
evaluator. The Report is then given to the employee for signature. The employee may include comments on the form or may attach
written comments, if desired, and return the Report to the evaluator. If the employee refuses or declines to sign the Report, the
evaluator must indicate this under EMPLOYEE'S SIGNATURE OR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. If the employee disagrees with the
final performance evaluation, the employee may also subsequently submit a rebuttal statement that will be attached to the final
performance evaluation in the employee’s personnel file.
4. The Report of Employee Performance is forwarded to the reviewing officer for signature. The reviewing officer is an MPP
manager to whom the evaluator reports unless the college or department has designated another manager to act as reviewing officer.
5. The completed Report of Employee Performance and any attachments must be copied and distributed by the evaluator as follows:
ORIGINAL-to the Office of _____________________; COPY-to the employee being evaluated; COPY-to the department.