Knowledgebase/FAQ : Performance Evaluation
Classified employees who are currently serving their probationary period will receive performance appraisals at 30, 90 and 160 day intervals. Classified employees, who have completed their probationary periods and whose last probationary performanc...
Yes. The Handbook of Operating Procedure (HOP) outlines the process: http://www.utsa.edu/hop/chapter3/3-1.html [1] The following is an excerpt from that reference: "A supervisor is expected to conduct a written performance evaluation for all employe...
The next level of management is responsible for completing the staff evaluations. The manager may also ask the employees to submit a list of significant accomplishments to be incorporated into the evaluation. Under the Performance Summary/Manager's Com...
If the employee is a part-time (50% or greater) regular (benefits eligible) employee who has been continuously employed for at least six months as of August 31, the employee will need an appraisal on file within the department with a copy submitted to ...
Ultimately, the employee's current manager (as of January 31) is responsible for the review. However, we strongly encourage managers to collaborate on the review and provide a degree of input commensurate with the time he/she supervised the employee.
A Non-faculty Performance Evaluation Review is still necessary for each of your employees. Discuss and coordinate the reviews with your manager and ask the employees to submit a list of significant accomplishments to be incorporated into the evaluation...