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Topic: Employee review form

1.  Employee review form

Posted 14 days ago
All:

Seeking samples of employee review forms for a general contractor.  Individuals to be review include:

  1. Project Managers
  2. Administrative personnel
  3. Accounting department personnel
  4. Estimators


Thanks in advance

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Steven Schertz
CFO
Henegan Construction Company
New York NY
(732) 272-3124
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2.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 13 days ago
I would be interested in this as well!

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Megan Barnhart
CFO
Frank Schipper Construction Co.
Santa Barbara CA
(805) 963-4359
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3.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 10 days ago
Please include me on your distribution list for this topic of information.  We were just discussing this the other day.

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Gail Fleming Bachelors of Science
Finance Operations Manager
The Reijnen Company, Inc.
Bainbridge Island WA
(206) 842-4409
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4.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 10 days ago

I would also be interest in the employee review forms.

 

 

Thank you.

 

Vickie L Hartley

CFO

 

218-740-3666 ext 2

 






5.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 9 days ago
We would like to receive any information on review forms as well

thank you!

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Frederick Reitter
President
Reitter Stucco and Supply
Columbus OH
(614) 291-2602
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6.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 8 days ago
I would love a copy of the review forms. Thank you!

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Penny Orr
Controller
J C Orr & Son Inc.
Altoona PA
(814) 944-8111
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7.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 8 days ago
We would love to receive these as well.  Want to make sure you are hitting all areas and see how others are approaching performance of these individuals.
Thanks so much,


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Susan L. Early
Accounting Manager
Orion Management, LLC
8003 Forbes Place, Suite 300
Springfield VA 22151
O(703) 321-2190 Ext. 205
Email: s.early@orionmngt.com
www.orionmngt.com
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8.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 8 days ago
Just throwing it out there. We have moved away from using annual review forms and focused far more on the actual conversations. If we have a low performer we document their performance issues, but for the vast majority of our employees we ensure that their manager is having regular check-ins with them, we ask the employee to give themselves a self assessment on what they have done well, what they think they can improve on, and the effort and progress they have made towards their goals. The only documentation is when the management team get together to discuss the performance of each employee - we capture their strengths and improvement areas so that they can be communicated back to the employee.

We also get teams together and do live feedback. An employees speaks to their team about what they have done well and what they need to improve on. That person leaves the room. The team discusses the individual. The employee returns to the room. Then the next employee goes through the same process.  Once everyone has been through the process the entire group goes through each individual. Each person takes the lead on summarizing the feedback on someone else in the team, and others chime in as needed. The power of this approach, is that that there is no triangulation of feedback - it's direct, the entire team is there so the recipient can't say that it's "only person's view". It's quite confronting, but very efficient and impactful.

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Joel Daniher
General Manager/CFO
Schellinger Construction Co., Inc.
(406) 892-2188
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9.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 9 days ago
I too would like to be included.
Thanks!

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Jillane Brown
President
Browe Construction Company
Selma NC
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10.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 9 days ago
​I too am interested in this discussion. Please keep me in the loop.

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Regina Garcia
Controller
Wall And Ceiling Alliance
Pleasanton CA
(925) 600-0475
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11.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 8 days ago
​I also would like to be included on the Employee review forms.
Thanks

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Shirley Beard
Controller
DEB Construction Inc.
Anaheim CA
(714) 632-6680
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12.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 8 days ago
I would also be interested in receiving the review forms.

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Fred Runyan
Controller
Peterson Mechanical, Inc.
Sonoma CA
(707) 938-8481
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13.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 7 days ago
Steve -

This is a great topic and much needed focus for companies to grow in the right way.  We are a small company and are implementing reviews as well.  I think an important combination of communication every day or as weekly/monthly check-ins are important as well as an annual type of review to keep employees focused and to have a goal/incentive can also help the younger generation work harder and strive to advance.  I'd love to continue to hear other peoples thoughts on this topic as well as share any review documentation the group may have for their respective companies.

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Mara Johnston BA, MCP
Vice President of Business Development
Star America Capital Partners
Roslyn NY
(610) 256-3379
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14.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 7 days ago
O ur performance evaluation is tied to a personal development plan.  There is an evaluation section that covers our core values and functions important to our culture, but the bigger part of our process is a personal development plan to assist each employee reach their full potential.  We believe passionately that if we are helping each employee reach their individual goals that their performance would be reflective.
The process starts with each employee receiving a 60 day evaluation (form attached).  This provides an opportunity early on to assess where the employee is with challenges and opportunities.  It is also the first exposure to the personal development plan.  The employee would have an opportunity to set some personal and professional goals.  This is reflected in the yearly evaluation as well (form attached).  The intention is that the employee and supervisor would develop SMART goals together.  Sometimes the employee is assigned a mentor or individual other than the supervisor that would assist in accountability to the SMART goals.

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Dana Canaday
Accounting Manager
Zernco, Inc.
Wichita KS
(316) 775-9991
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60 day evaluation.docx   202K 1 version
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PE-PDP-Comp Rev Comb.docx   265K 1 version


15.  RE: Employee review form

Posted 6 days ago
All:

I would suggest that you should all have the forms you're looking for already before you even had the employee you are reviewing.

What does that mean? Employee evaluations start with a detailed job description prior to hire.  in order to review any employee there should be some standard against which you are reviewing them.  Both the employee and the employer should be in agreement as to what doing a good job means.  Do not take it for granted that any employee's understanding of the particular position is the same as yours no matter how well they did at an interview.

Evaluations need not (and probably should not) be tied to a schedule.  Evaluations should happen on an as needed basis but at least once a year.  Some employees may get more than one evaluation, for good or bad reasons.  At the evaluation pull out the job description that you used to create the job posting or advertisement and then had the employee sign as part of their offer/acceptance letter and have a conversation with the employee.  Are all the elements of the agreed to job description being met?  Have the responsibilities of the position changed?  Should they?

Listen to what the employee is saying and be clear as to your opinions on the points being raised.  Do not be dismissive but be firm and give your reasons.  Expect the same level of engagement from your employee. Take copious notes during the meeting of the points each of you brought up or better yet have a third person in the room charged with taking notes.  Identify areas that need follow up either because improvement is needed or because more information is needed or because other's input is needed.  Give a copy of the notes to the employee and allow them the opportunity to make changes if they feel the essence of the conversation was not captured correctly.  A second meeting may be needed as a result.  Once agreement is reached those notes along with the job description, which has possibly been modified, becomes the basis for the next review.

Evaluations should not be dreaded. Employees sue because they feel they are being neglected, ignored or undervalued. Make the evaluation collaborative rather than adversarial.  Be sincere and you may end up with better employees at the end of the day.

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Thomas Tripodianos JD
Partner
Welby, Brady & Greenblatt, LLP
White Plains NY
(855) 740-2860
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