How will my supervisor do my evaluation?
Supervisors are expected to develop the evaluation narrative pulling data from a variety of sources. For example, they are expected to:
Examine your job description and outline major responsibilities and the IWP and the major priorities for the review period.
Determine if the employee is doing all parts of the job. If not, explain why.
Review the IWP status/progress report and understand what was and was not done and why.
Review meeting notes from their regular meetings with the employee to make a list of major activities, projects, initiatives, and accomplishments from the year.
Compile any feedback received about the employee from co-workers or customers during the review period.
Ask the employee for reports – annual statistical report on productivity, etc.
Review timesheets for attendance.
Review performance files and logs.
Find out what training the employee has attended and what the impact has been on efficiency and effectiveness.