All Queens College professional/administrative and support staff participate in an annual performance evaluation process. This interactive process allows for both employee and supervisor to evualate and summarize annual performace and formally communicate feedback, plan upcoming goals, clarify expectations and discuss individual professional developmental aspirations.
The goal of this process is to assist Queens College and its employees to be even more successful while engaging supervisors and managers in the growth and success of each employee. As the college changes, this process helps align Queens College employees with its strategic goals and future opportunities.
To ensure consistency in the evaluation process, the following process should be observed:
Supervisors should set up an evaluation conference time with each employee. At this conference, the supervisor and employee should discuss the employee’s job description and performance within the past year (e.g., accomplishments, areas of improvement and strengths) and set goals for the year ahead.
NO WRITTEN APPRAISALS OR FORMS ARE TO BE COMPLETED AT THE TIME OF THE INITIAL EVALUATION CONFERENCE.
Written appraisals should then be completed after the evaluation conference between the employee and his/her supervisor. Any additional information, such as an updated job description, should be attached. (Please consult OHR before an updated job description is finalized.)
WHEN COMPLETING THE APPRAISAL, CONSIDER SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION TO PROVIDE MORE MEANINGFUL FEEDBACK.
Supervisors should set up a second evaluation conference with the employee to review the completed appraisal form. An employee may include any comments, then sign acknowledging that he/she has read the document, and return it to the supervisor.
SUPERVISORS ARE REMINDED THAT EMPLOYEES CAN DISAGREE, WHETHER IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITH THE ASSESSMENT. AN EMPLOYEE MAY ATTACH COMMENTS TO THE EVALUATION WHERE APPROPRIATE.
Information regarding form type for each employee were sent via email. If you have not received this information, please contact Human Resources via email at email@example.com or use the appendices below for assistance.