Performance Programs and Evaluations for CSEA employees. Purpose and Benefits of a Performance Evaluation System. Set expectations and measure performance What employees are expected to do for their organization in return for pay and benefits
The terms performance evaluation and performance rating are sometimes used interchangeably. However, the are notthe same thing.
Task statements are descriptions of an employee’s actual work.
They include what the work is. They do not include “how to do” or “how well to do” the work.
Information contained in task statements must include:
Task statements may also include:
Task statements should be specific, but not so narrow that there are too many to list, nor so broad that one or two sums up the whole job.
Remember: The supervisor has the final responsibility for identifying
the employee’s key tasks.
If you need assistance in developing a set of tasks for a particular employee, consider the following resources:
Tasks are descriptions of the employee’s actual work.
Standards are written descriptions of how well work must be performed.
Standards provide supervisors and employees:
The annual appraisal should be an accurate reflection of work done throughout the year. It is recommended that supervisors keep documentation to help them write an accurate appraisal that addresses a year’s worth of performance.
Here are some suggested sources of information to use for performance appraisal documentation: