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Employee evaluation template

Employee Evaluation Template

Employee Information:


  • Employee Name:

  • Employee Position:

  • Department:

  • Date of Hire:

  • Evaluation Period:


Performance Goals:

  • List the employee's performance goals for the evaluation period, including any metrics or milestones.

  • Provide a clear description of each goal, and any progress made towards achieving them.


Performance Ratings:

  • Use a rating scale to assess the employee's performance in each area, such as:

    • Exceeds Expectations

    • Meets Expectations

    • Needs Improvement

    • Unsatisfactory

  • Use clear, objective criteria to support each rating, such as job requirements, goals, or performance metrics.


Skills and Competencies:

  • Identify the employee's skills and competencies, including any strengths and weaknesses.

  • Provide specific examples of how the employee has demonstrated these skills and competencies, and offer suggestions for how they can further develop their skills.


Training and Development:

  • Based on the employee's skills and competencies, develop a plan for the employee's training and development.

  • Set specific goals and timelines for each development activity, and identify who will provide support and feedback to the employee.


Overall Performance:

  • Provide a summary of the employee's overall performance during the evaluation period, including any notable achievements, areas for improvement, and any feedback received from colleagues or clients.


Career Development:

  • Discuss the employee's career development goals, and offer suggestions for how they can achieve their goals within the organization.

  • Provide guidance on how the employee can further their career development, and offer any relevant resources or training programs.


Conclusion:

  • Use the employee evaluation template to document the employee's performance, to provide feedback and support for their development, and to plan for their future career growth.

  • Schedule regular check-ins to monitor the employee's progress and to offer additional support and feedback as needed.

  • Communicate the results of the evaluation to the employee, and use the evaluation as an opportunity to recognize their achievements and to reinforce the importance of their work.


Sincerely, [Supervisor's Name]

[Supervisor's Title]

[Date]

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