Title Page

  • Department

  • Employee Name

  • Employee Number

  • Job Title

  • Employment Status

  • Date Hired

  • Supervisor/Manager

  • Date of Evaluation


  • Goals and Expectations

Performance Rating

  • REFERENCE: Employee Appraisal Evaluation Guide
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  • Position Expertise: Effectiveness with which the employee applies professional/managerial/technical and/or non-technical skills and knowledge to the job.

  • Approach To Work: Characteristics the employee demonstrates while performing job assignments including creativity, flexibility, initiative, planning and organization, time management, commitment to diversity, ethical behavior, process improvement, and/or professional development

  • Quality Of Work: Manner in which the employee completes Job assignments Including accuracy, responsiveness, follow-through, Judgment, decision making, reliability, and compliance assurance.

  • Quantity Of Work: Employee's success in producing the required amount of work including priority setting, productivity, and timeliness.

  • Communication Skills: Effectiveness of the employee in transmitting information including confidentiality, facilitation/participation in sharing information, and oral and written expression.

  • Interpersonal Skills: Effectiveness of the employee's interactions in responding to and working with others, including interactions with co-workers, supervisors(s), faculty, students and/or the community.

Supervisory/Leadership Skills

  • Supervision: Provides oversight, direction, recognition and development opportunities, and addresses performance problems.

  • Leadership and Management: Communicates a vision, sets unit goals, develops strategies and takes action to ensure the efficient stewardship of University resources (operational, financial, and human).

Action Plans / Training and Development Goals

  • List performance objectives, specific projects, or training and development plans for the next review period. Describe other plans and actions needed.

Concerns, Issues or Incidents

  • Documentation of concerns, issues or incidents involving:

  • Please specify

  • Describe performance concern or issue (be specific, and include dates and examples)

  • Describe agreed upon solution(s) or course of action

  • Follow-up review plan date


  • Overall Performace Rating

  • I have read and discussed this appraisal with my supervisor and I understand its concern.

  • Full Name and Signature of the Employee

  • Full Name and Signature of the Supervisor or Manager

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