Performance Appraisal for Non-instructional Employees - Procedure 2.1501

 
Based on Board Policy number and Florida Statute:Effective Date:
240.319(3) F.S. ; 6A-14.0262 FAC; College Policy 2.070 01/05; Rev.12/09

Purpose

To define the procedure for conducting performance appraisals for full-time and regular part-time non-instructional employees.

Procedure

  1. 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.
  2. The type of performance appraisal used may vary according to purpose. Types of appraisals include but are not limited to the following:
    1. 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.
    2. 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.
    3. Interim Appraisal: To be completed by the supervisor for each full-time and regular part-time direct report employee who:
      1. was hired between October 1 and December 31 of the appraisal period, or
      2. completed a 90-day Development Period (new hire, promotion, reassignment, etc.)
    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.
  3. The annual performance appraisal period is January 1 through December 31.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.”
Recommended by Executive Team Date 12/09
Approved: Joseph A. Sarnovsky, Interim President Date 12/09
 

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