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Employee Evaluation Comments
At the end of each fiscal year the entire department is required to give each employee an evaluation of their work performance over the previous year. You can use the attached list of Employee Evaluation Comments to help you when filling out an employee's evaluation.

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Employee Evaluation Comments TemplateForm 2038
Format: Word PDF
Category: Employee, Evaluation
Type: Evaluation

Employee Evaluation Comments

Problem Solving

Poor:

Frequently assumes the wrong things and comes to the incorrect conclusion.

Does not make sure that all subordinates are productive throughout the day.

Needs Improvement:

Analytical skills need to be developed to select the best option.

Spends too much time focusing on the less important aspects of their job description.

Meets Requirements:

Uses sound judgment when problem solving and working with others.

Offers good solutions to daily problems.

Exceeds Requirements:

Targets problems effectively and always offers creative solutions.

Consistently displays strong analytical skills.

Outstanding:

Consistently shows enthusiasm for daily work.

Goes above and beyond the call of their job description.

Communication

Poor:

Various forms of communication are often made late, incomplete or not at all.

When talking to others in the office uses an abrasive tone.

Needs Improvement:

Phone messages are often not clear and vague.

Complaints have been made about contradictory information being communicated.

Meets Requirements:

Reports and communication pieces are accurate and well written.

Uses a sufficient level of detail when communicating with clients and co-workers.

Exceeds Requirements:

Co-workers are very comfortable communicating with this individual.

Always takes the initiative to communicate with managers about issues that arise.

Outstanding:

Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication.

Is always the lead person management likes to use for department communication.

Work Product

Poor:

Makes frequent errors that are harmful to the company.

The quality of work products is unacceptable.

Needs Improvement:

Needs to be more careful when checking work for errors.

Work products tend to have small errors on a consistent basis.

Meets Requirements:

Constant supervision is not required.

Work products are completed on time and meet expectations.

Exceeds Requirements:

Is detail oriented and managers are pleased with work productivity.

Reports and correspondence is completed on time with no errors.

Outstanding:

Work accuracy is outstanding.

Outstanding work productivity.




Cooperativeness

Poor:

Turns off other employees with an attitude of superiority.

Frequently criticizes others and is not cooperative with co-workers.

Needs Improvement:

When working with others is occasionally negative.

Occasionally makes negative comments that affect working relationships.

Meets Requirements:

Maintains a good working relationship with co-workers.

Works well when meeting with customers.

Exceeds Requirements:

Consistently demonstrates a team player attitude with co-workers.

Has a good working relationship with all co-workers.

Outstanding:

Always willing to help everyone to accomplish the overall goal.

Energetic and enthusiastic consistently.

Adaptability

Poor:

Needs supervision on everyday tasks.

Cannot think independently or effectively deal with unexpected events.

Needs Improvement:

Tends to not make the best decisions when given a new location to direct.

Does not do well in unusual situations.

Meets Requirements:

Adjusts well to new work challenges.

Under stress maintains composure and communicates well with customers.

Exceeds Requirements:

Always looks to improve procedures in changing work environments.

Sets priorities properly and adjusts as needed when unexpected situations arise.

Outstanding:

Consistently knows when to adjust and ask senior management the right questions.

Adapts well when new systems are put into place and helps others.

Planning

Poor:

There is consistently no follow through when executing work projects.

Does not follow upper managementís plans.

Needs Improvement:

Work project plans are not well designed.

Does not keep senior leadership informed of problems with completion dates.

Meets Requirements:

Project plans are completed consistently and on time.

End of year reports are completed on time and accurate.

Exceeds Requirements:

Work projects are well planned and completed within budget.

Plans are communicated well with others and then executed well.

Outstanding:

Adjusts plans when unexpected events occur that would disrupt the project.

Due to an excellent plan the project was completed ahead of schedule.

Management

Poor:

Patronizes co-workers instead of involving everyone in key decisions.

Raises their voice and intimidates co-workers.

Needs Improvement:

Assumes everyone should know what to do and how to do it with no training.

Becomes impatient when a project is not carried out their way.

Meets Requirements:

Available when support staff has a question.

Tends to assign work fairly to support staff and open to any questions.

Exceeds Requirements:

Supportive of co-workers and respects their questions.

Has an open door policy for all support staff.

Outstanding:

An excellent mentor to all employees of the company for both work and life skills.

Makes everyone a better person.