Performance Review & Work Planning Policy
Performance review and work planning is a learning process whereby each
employee's job performance is consciously analyzed and channeled to
more effective attainment of organizational goals through the
employee performance. Reviews must be done at least annually according
statute. Except for non-represented employees, monetary rewards are not
to the reviews.
Effective learning through planning and review is an ongoing process
supervisor and employee, and includes:
- Daily comments,
- Periodic discussion of areas of special concern, and
- Annual (or more frequent) summary conferences of overall
Each of the three elements of the performance review and work planning
is necessary to the entire system, and each contributes to the overall
of achieving high-level performance through employee development. Using
elements provides frequent and meaningful feedback to the employee. To
process most beneficial, employees are encouraged to actively
comment during the conference.
Written summaries of the results of performance review and work planning
- Provide an outline for the employee of what is expected, and
- Aid both supervisor and employee in evaluating and facilitating
toward job expectations.