Performance Evaluations

Effective Date Dec 1, 2014

Applicable Employee Classes:Reviewed Date:                                  Approved by:
All Florida Tech Non-Faculty Employees                       July 2021 Dr. T. Dwayne McCay, President                                      

 

Policy Title

Performance Evaluations

Policy Owner: Human Resources

Policy Purpose

The performance appraisal process provides a means for discussing, planning and reviewing the overall performance of each employee.

Policy Scope

Performance appraisals influence salaries, promotions and transfers, and it is critical that supervisors are objective in conducting performance reviews and in assigning overall performance ratings.

Policy Statement

Periodically, but minimally once per year, your supervisor will conduct a performance evaluation that will provide a systematic and regular opportunity for you to discuss the broader aspects of your work and find out where you stand in relation to what is expected of you and how you are developing. Some of the factors considered during a performance evaluation include:

  • Mission
  • Customer Services
  • Collaboration and Partnership
  • Technical Skills and Knowledge
  • Quality and Productivity
  • Problem Solving

The performance review process is intended to be interactive and increase communication and collaboration between our managers and employees. Managers are responsible for completing the annual performance evaluation for each employee.  This includes a formal evaluation of the previous 12-months of performance, conduct as well as contributions.  

 Procedures/Guidelines

Formal performance appraisals are conducted annually, and dates will be announced by the Office of Human Resources. Each Florida Tech manager and supervisor is responsible for the timely and equitable assessment of the performance and contribution of subordinate employees.

The performance review process is intended to be interactive and increase communication and collaboration between our managers and employees.  Managers are responsible for completing the annual performance evaluation for each employee.  This includes a formal evaluation of the previous 12-months of performance, conduct as well as contributions.

The completed evaluations will be retained in the employee's electronic personnel file.

Definitions

Not Applicable

Compliance Reference

Not Applicable

Enforcement

Not Applicable