EMPLOYEE EVALUATION FORM
EMPLOYEE: ____________________________ DATE: ________________________
DEPARTMENT: ____________________ JOB TITLE: ______________________
Purpose of this Employee Evaluation
To take a personal inventory, to pin-point weaknesses and strengths and to outline and agree
upon a practical improvement program. Periodically conducted, these Evaluations will provide a
history of development and progress.
Listed below are a number of traits, abilities and characteristics that are important for success in
business. Place an "X" mark on each rating scale, over the descriptive phrase which most
nearly describes the person being rated. (If this form is being used for self-evaluation, you will
be describing yourself.)
Carefully evaluate each of the qualities separately.
Two common mistakes in rating are: (1) A tendency to rate nearly everyone as "average" on
every trait instead of being more critical in judgment. The rater should use the ends of the scale
as well as the middle, and (2) The "Halo Effect," i.e., a tendency to rate the same individual
"excellent" on every trait or "poor" on every trait based on the overall picture one has of the
person being rated. However, each person has strong
points and weak points and these should be indicated on the rating scale.
ACCURACY is the correctness of work duties performed. (check one)
☐ - ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
☐ - ★ ★ ★ ★
☐ - ★ ★ ★
☐ - ★ ★
☐ - ★