Evaluation Of A Employee 's Performance

852 WordsAug 1, 20164 Pages
Aguinis (2013) states that an appraisal form should include the employee’s basic information, the employee’s performance goals upon which have been previously agreed, the employee’s major accomplishments, the employee’s developmental successes, the employee’s developmental needs, strategies, and objectives, input on the employee’s performance from stakeholders, the employee’s comments, and signatures of the employee and rater (p. 131). The provided evaluation form contains the title of the form, the company’s name, the employee’s name, the employee’s position, the employee’s department, and the date that the appraisal was written. It also includes six different areas of competency on which both the supervisor and employee may assign numerical ratings based on a given four-point scale and contribute comments. In addition, there is an area, labeled the “overall success rating”, where both the supervisor and the employee may assign a numerical rating based on a given four-point scale and contribute comments. There are four questions on the performance evaluation form that ask if the employee had a work plan, if the employee demonstrated progress on the work plan, if the employee had a developmental plan, and if the employee demonstrated progress on the developmental plan. Finally, there is an area where the supervisor and employee may provide additional comments, signature, and date. The provided performance evaluation form contains several components of the recommended
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