Performance Review Template - DOC - DOC
A performance review is an important tool for both the employee and the company. Periodic reviews of an employee’s performance can serve as praise for a job well done, as well as highlight areas that need improvement. It is also a good management tool for the company, as it tracks the efficiency of the employee’s performance which can serve as documentation for giving a raise, for instance. Or on the downside, it serves to document problems that could lead to termination. Should a legal situation ever arise, it is important that the company have scrupulous record of the employee’s performance and history with the company.
Insert Organisational Logo Sample Performance Review Template Annual performance indicators and review For: [Insert name of employee] Period: Progress Review Position: meetings: [Insert review [Insert frequency of [Insert name of position] period] reviews, e.g. quarterly, annually] Key Key Performance Employee Supervisor Performance Measure Comments Comments Objective [Insert here the [Insert here the related [Space for the [Space for the Key Job statement from the employee to line manager/ Responsibility from Position Description comment on supervisor to the Position which describe how how they comment on Description]. the job is to be believe they how they performed] have performed believe the against each employee has measure]. performed against each performance measure]. “Continue as above” “Continue as “Continue as above” above” Add Organisational contact details Insert Organisational Logo Sample Performance Review Template, continued. This next section is for the line manager/supervisor’s use. Rating: A rating may be applied to indicate the employee’s level of competence measured in the performance review. Recommended actions: Here the line manager notes what, if any, areas in the employees’ performance needs attention and how it is to be addressed. For example specific training needed. Training Strategy: Here the line manager notes the specifics of the training strategy including what training is to be undertaken and the dates by which training should be completed. Signed by the employee: Signed by the manager: Rating Scale: 1 = Poor. 2 = Fair. 3 = Satisfactory. 4 = Very Good. 5 = Excellent. N/A = Not applicable Add Organisational contact details