How to Involve the Employee in Writing a Performance Evaluation

If you struggle to write annual performance evaluations, you may be overlooking the most valuable source of data you have:   the employee. Asking for the employee’s feedback before you begin writing can provide helpful and specific input. Here are some tips for asking for and using employee input in the performance evaluation:
  • Remind the employee that while you have kept records about his/her performance, you may have missed something along the way.  You are providing an opportunity for the employee to highlight his/her accomplishments.
  • Ask for specific examples including a list of accomplishments, process improvements they recommended and/or implemented, letters or emails of commendation, training completed, and anything else that the employee feels is important to share that will give you a complete look at their performance.
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