Why do we do evaluations?
It ensures compliance with UC policies and collective bargaining agreements.
It provides employees with specific feedback on past performance of job duties and contributions for a specific period of time.
It provides a method, mechanism, and process for supervisor and employee to discuss expectations, performance, contributions, goals, activities, accomplishments, and career goals.
It formally sets up a two-way conversation between supervisor and employee focused on performance, accomplishment, and contribution and fosters coaching and mentoring.
It provides a blueprint for future goals, including learning and development goals.
It helps managers identify needs for training and in determining the viability of employees for other opportunities – transfers, promotions, special projects, etc.
It serves a mechanism to recognize and praise employee contributions.
It provides information for administrators to determine merit increases – for some employees.