|Based on Board Policy number and Florida Statute:||Effective Date:
|240.319(3) F.S. ; 6A-14.0262 FAC; College Policy 2.070
To define the procedure for conducting performance appraisals for full-time and regular part-time non-instructional employees.
- The Performance Appraisal for Non-instructional Employees User Guide shall be updated at regular intervals; shall provide detailed instructions for completing each step of the performance appraisal process; and shall be posted on the College’s website.
- The type of performance appraisal used may vary according to purpose. Types of appraisals include but are not limited to the following:
At the discretion of the supervisor, an Interim Appraisal may be completed and discussed with the employee at any other time during the appraisal period.
- Employee appraisal: To be completed by the supervisor during the annual appraisal process for each full-time and regular part-time direct report employee. The “Employee Appraisal” is to be used for all non-instructional employees hired prior to October 1 of the appraisal period.
- Self-appraisal: To be completed during the annual appraisal process by all full-time and regular part-time non-instructional employees, regardless of hire date.
- Interim Appraisal: To be completed by the supervisor for each full-time and regular part-time direct report employee who:
- was hired between October 1 and December 31 of the appraisal period, or
- completed a 90-day Development Period (new hire, promotion, reassignment, etc.)
- The annual performance appraisal period is January 1 through December 31.
- Annual appraisals are to be completed, routed for approval and submitted through the online appraisal system between January 1 and March 31 of the year following the appraisal period. All completed appraisals must be submitted to the Office of Human Resources no later than April 1.
- The performance appraisal process shall be discussed with newly-hired employees during New Employee Orientation. New employees shall be given a copy of the appraisal form and the web address where they can locate more information about the College’s performance appraisal process.
- A scheduled salary increase will be processed for qualified employees (1) who have a current performance appraisal on record in the Online Performance Appraisal System, and (2) who receive an overall performance rating above “Unsatisfactory.”
||Joseph A. Sarnovsky, Interim President