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					SUPERVISOR PERFORMANCE REVIEW EMPLOYEE: DATE FROM: 3/1/02 TO: 3/31/03

1. COMMUNICATION Refers to verbal and written communications, and listening skills. Communication should be performed in a professional manner. Messages need to be timely, concise and clear. Ultimately, effective messages are taken well by listener(s), and get tasks accomplished consistently. Taking a learning stance by being curious when others are speaking is a sign of excellent listening skills. Communication should be equally effective with both subordinates and superiors by modifying interactions/communicative exchanges to meet the style of the listener(s).

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2. TECHNICAL SKILLS Refers to the application of skill & knowledge in the individual’s area of expertise. Individuals should apply their knowledge & skill to best meet the needs of the job including interpretation of both the assembly instructions and operating procedures. Employee should work toward improving both their knowledge base and skill set.

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3. PROBLEM SOLVING / DECISION MAKING Refers to the ability to recognize and understand problems, and determine the best course of action to take when faced with a situation that extends beyond the normal standard operations. This includes both product related and personnel related issues.

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4. ORGANIZATION Refers to the ability to organize the work area and workflow to facilitate the most effective and efficient movement of work through the area. This includes housekeeping and the ability to set up and instruct operators to best facilitate the building of each assembly.

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5. TRAINING Refers to the ability to perform and evaluate training, and ensure all employees are properly trained to the highest standards required to meet the needs of each task. Training should be performed in a timely and fair manner so each operator has the same opportunities.

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6. OWNERSHIP OF ISSUES / DELEGATION Refers to the employee’s readiness to accept ownership of problems or tasks that may arise within the company including product related occurrences, process related occurrences, and company related issues. Employee should know when to accept responsibility, step forward to perform a task, when to delegate tasks to subordinates and when to hold subordinates accountable.

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7. TEAMWORK Refers to the employee’s openness to others’ ideas and their acceptance of teams’ and superiors’ decisions. Employee should participate actively and positively in group settings offering both their own opinions while constructively stating their concerns regarding others’ opinions. Employee should pitch in wherever needed and should be a motivational force for the company.

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8. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES Refers to the employee’s reliability with carrying out their regular daily activities. This includes ensuring operators are working safely and adhering to ESD standards, balancing of manpower between departments, scheduling work to meet shipping dates, processing of paperwork, following interdepartmental administrative structures when interacting with personnel outside their area and notifying management of any immediate issues.

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9. AUDITING Refers to the ability to carry out required audits with the highest level of honesty and integrity so that the company’s goals for quality are met. This includes performance of Batch Audits (1st Piece Audits) & Workmanship Audits.

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10. LEADERSHIP SKILLS Refers to the demonstration of leadership skills. Characteristics such as respect, dignity, honesty, integrity, ethics, confrontation, follow through, observation, fairness, acceptance, attitude towards the company, attitude towards others, adherence to requirements, attention to detail, conflict management, innovation, imagination and comprehension are all part of being a good leader.

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SUPERVISOR PERFORMANCE REVIEW EMPLOYEE: DATE FROM: 3/1/02 TO: 3/31/03

11. CONTROL OF COSTS Refers to the ability to identify material and labor requirements for each process and keep excesses to a minimum. This includes reducing material or time waste through processes that operate effectively.

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12. ATTENDANCE Refers to the overall reliability to be at work.

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SUPERVISOR PERFORMANCE REVIEW EMPLOYEE: DATE FROM: 3/1/02 TO: 3/31/03
EMPLOYEE SCORE: COMPANY AVERAGE SCORE:

OVERALL PERFORMANCE SUMMARY:

EMPLOYEE’S COMMENTS:

DIRECTOR OF MANUFACTURING’S RECOMMENDED ACTION ( ) Adjust hourly rate ___________ per hour ( ) No hourly rate adjustment recommended.
CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT: All information contained within this employee review is confidential and private. At no time will the Director of Manufacturing share this information with another employee of the company. At no time shall the above named employee share this information with another employee of the company. The purpose of this report is to share the herein contained performance review results only with the above named employee.

Effective Date: __________

SIGNATURES AND DATES _______________________________ _______ _______________________________ _______ Employee’s Signature Date Dir. of Manufacturing’s Signature Date

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