Evaluation and Development
This is the formal documentation of your performance results for the year. Evaluation and development link individual performance expectations (established at the beginning of the year) with department, entity and broad organizational goals. This part of the performance process includes:
- Assessing your performance: Both you and your supervisor will assess your performance during the year based on your job results and your behaviors. Staff who provide patient care will also be evaluated on compliance with regulatory requirements. Your supervisor will assign you a rating for each job result and behavior.
- Assigning your overall performance rating: Your overall rating will be based on your job results (50 percent) and your behaviors (50 percent). Your supervisor will combine the ratings for job results and behaviors into an overall rating.
- Conducting the formal performance review: This formal meeting gives you time to discuss your past performance and areas you would like to concentrate on for future growth.
Understanding the Performance Ratings
- Below Expectations: Significant improvement is needed in one or more areas of expected behaviors or job results, you did not comply with work rules or regulatory requirements, or both.
- Achieved Expectations: You consistently demonstrated expected and effective behaviors, achieved expected job results, and complied with work rules and regulatory requirements. You met DUHS' high performance standards and contributed positively to the success of the work group and organization.
- Exceeded Expectations: You consistently demonstrated role model behaviors, exceeded expected job results, and complied with work rules and regulatory requirements. You were an exceptional contributor to the success of the work group and organization. You can only be rated "exceeds" if you are consistently outstanding in both behavior and results.