8/11/2021 - #3038: Employee Evaluations Basics
It is a common misconception that employee evaluations entails simply filling out a form, answering some prefabricated questions and checking some boxes. When done correctly, an evaluation is a process, not a document; it is a way of structuring a relationship with employees. Having to complete evaluations is the thing that many managers like least about their jobs. Managers view evaluations as time wasted pushing paper instead of doing real work. But if part or all of a manager's job is to manage employees, performance appraisal is not only real work, it is an essential part of the job. Often, the evaluation process is the only time set aside for formal communication with employees about their work. If managers spend time on the evaluation process it will pay for itself many times over with improvements to the efficiency, productivity, performance, and morale of employees. This course is designed to teach managers the proper, legal way to do evaluations.
Supplies, materials and lunch are included with registration.