TO: Principal Investigators, Supervisors, and Project Administrators
The 2023 RCUH Performance Evaluation Form is now available online. Click here to access the form:
Pursuant to 3.410 RCUH 12-Month/Needs Based Performance Evaluations, all Regular-Status employees must receive an Annual Performance Evaluation.
Overview of Changes to the Performance Evaluation Form:
- More user friendly (e.g., ability to tab to the next field to complete)
- Employees that receive a “0” (Unsatisfactory) score in any category will not equate the Total Score to “0”. The Total Score will be a true average of all scores received in the Performance Competencies categories.
- Employees must indicate if all mandatory trainings and/or requirements have been completed as defined in their job description. NOTE: The EEO/Sexual Harassment Prevention Course and Workplace Violence Prevention Course will be updated on April 21, 2023. For those with employees who are NOT in compliance, please ask them to complete the training after this update.
Submission of Performance Evaluations: Please submit Performance Evaluations via Project electronic upload (eUpload) feature in the HR Portal. Instructions for submitting the evaluations via eUpload are attached.
Deadline to submit Performance Evaluations: June 16, 2023 (Friday)
Note for projects that follow the Federal fiscal year: The evaluation period is October 1, 2022 through September 30, 2023. If possible, we encourage your project to complete and submit evaluations by the June 16th deadline. A second round of the online PA/PAF application will be available in September for pay increases or one-time payments with an effective date of October 1, 2023. Additional information will be provided at a later date.
Performance management (e.g., planning, coaching, evaluating, addressing performance issues) is an essential part of a supervisor’s responsibilities. Performance evaluations are used as a tool to measure an employee’s performance, provide valuable feedback and suggestions for improvement, and motivate employees for growth and/or career advancement.
There is no “one size fits all” solution for effective performance management. If you’d like to receive custom performance management training for your project, please contact Kira Higa, Director of Human Resources at [email protected].
Please contact RCUH Human Resources if you have any questions regarding the Performance Evaluation process at (808) 956-3100 or [email protected].