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Annual Staff Performance Appraisals

As of March 1, 2017 a modified paper form is available.   2016-2017 Performance Management Year End Review form

As of April 1st, supervisors will have two months to certify that they have met with their employees.   This online certification must be submitted through the myOleMiss portal by May 31, 2017. Supervisors are required to forward the completed paper forms to Human Resources at Howry Hall.

Overview 13 minute video (SHIFT + link to open video in a new window)

Overview Handout

Policy

Form:

2016-2017 Performance Management Year End Review form

Employees hired prior to October 1, 2016 are eligible for the annual performance review/appraisal.

Examples of levels of performance and talking points:

Print version

Accountability

 

 

Unsuccessful

Successful

Special Recognition

  • Reluctant to handle problems
  • Identifies but does not rectify own mistakes/responsibilities
  • Manages priorities, however struggles with disorganization and/or time management
  • Lacks sense of urgency, poor time management
  • Inconsistently completes cost effective work, does not seek out other ways to save
  • Strives, but struggles to habitually make ethical decisions/actions
  • effectively and consistently applies independent problem solving
  • embraces mistakes, takes initiatives to improve own work
  • sets and executes priorities thoroughly and efficiently
  • demonstrates consistent cost effectiveness in all components of work
  • reliability and regularly makes ethical decisions/actions
  • excels at independent problem solving
  • welcomes mistakes, adapts own work to improve the organization
  • institutes and integrates priorities to maximize organization efficiency
  • models supreme time management through organization and execution
  • maximize cost effectiveness through targeted incorporation of all possible resources
  • delivers and encourages model ethical decisions/actions

Communication

 

 

Unsuccessful

Successful

Special Recognition

  • could improve listening skills
  • could improve writing quality
  • could prepare better for presentations
  • could share information more often
  • disorganized writing
  • presentations too technical
  • reports contain inaccuracies
  • reports sometimes too late
  • spoken ideas not clear
  • uses jargon, confusing terminology
  • generally good communicator
  • generally listens well
  • generally shares information with team
  • good verbal communicator
  • good writer
  • makes good presentations
  • excellent listener
  • excellent verbal communicator
  • outstanding writer
  • promotes candid and open atmosphere
  • delivers outstanding presentations
  • enthusiastic public speaker
  • reports are always accurate, punctual
  • shares information with team

Customer Focus

 

 

Unsuccessful

Successful

Special Recognition

  • appears unresponsive to customers
  • doesn’t help internal customers
  • doesn’t understand customer perspective
  • inadequate customer knowledge
  • inconsistent customer follow-through
  • over-commits to customers
  • should seek more customer feedback
  • considers customers’ perspective
  • courteous to customers
  • follows through
  • follows through with customers
  • gets customer feedback
  • helps internal customers

 

  • actively seeks customer feedback
  • always follows through
  • always helps all customers
  • always sees customers’ perspective
  • conscientious with customers
  • courteous, responsive to customers

 

Teamwork

 

 

Unsuccessful

Successful

Special Recognition

  • does not request feedback
  • sometimes excessively critical
  • new to share more information
  • doesn’t meet responsibilities
  • misses team deadlines
  • relies on own opinion
  • works alone, tries to do it all
  • communicates with team members
  • delivers on team commitments
  • generally works well with groups
  • helps create team spirit
  • helps leader meet goals

 

  • always requests feedback, gives feedback
  • provides team with accurate data
  • able to resolve conflict
  • can handle disagreement
  • clear on responsibilities, deadlines
  • excellent listening skills
  • always a team player

 


If you have questions, contact Andrea Jekabsons at andreamj@olemiss.edu or (662) 915-1530.