201 Carter Drive, Suite 100
West Chester, PA 19383
Employees often use the summer as a time for vacations/staycations to recognize their own hard work and recharge their batteries. The summer also is a time when managers, chairs, and supervisors can recognize and help (re)charge their employees. The performance review process helps facilitate those recognition discussions and document employees’ performance so employees understand and appreciate how their performance, whether positive or negative, impacts the department and customers.
Research confirms that the performance review process and dialogue can have a profound effect on levels of employee motivation and satisfaction (for better as well as for worse) and employees even prefer negative recognition to no recognition at all. The message to employees that individual and team performance and development matters is reported to have a positive influence on individuals’ sense of worth, commitment, and belonging. This impacts employee engagement, productivity, results, and retention.
For 2013-14, all completed WCU manager and staff evaluations are due to HR by September 10, 2014. Completed documents (evaluations, job descriptions and standards) should be scanned and e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or sent via campus mail to HR, 201 Carter Drive, Suite 100. All evaluations and supporting documents will be included in employees’ electronic personnel files.
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