Performance management is about creating a work environment that helps GRCC meet its goals. Our performance evaluation tool is intended to engage employees and inspire greater employee commitment, clarify roles and responsibilities and hold our employees accountable, and improve the overall performance of GRCC and our goals for student success.
Performance Evaluation Timeline
August 31 – Employee and Supervisor complete the first two columns of Section I and II
February 1 – Employee and Supervisor complete mid-year check-in of Section I and II
May – Employee and Supervisor complete end of year check-in of Section I and II and all of Section III
June 1 – completed performance evaluation and merit compensation worksheet are submitted to Supervisor’s Supervisor for review and then to Human Resources.
June – Board of Trustee's reviews budget to determine merit compensation increase
July 1 – Merit Compensation Increase (contingent on Board of Trustee's approval)
Meet and Confer Performance Evaluation
The Meet and Confer Performance Evaluation is now available online! Supervisors will begin the process, then meet with each direct report to discuss the evaluation plan (as outlined in the timeline section above). To access the Meet and Confer Performance Evaluation, log in to the Online Center. Use either the supervisor tutorial or employee tutorial to help guide you through the process.
Contact Jessica Berens at firstname.lastname@example.org in Human Resources if you have any questions.
For Section I and II – Writing Goals and Outcomes
Typically, two types of performance goals exist: employee development and business success.
- Employee-development goals focus on improving the value of an employee to a company. For example, an employee might have the goal of improving interpersonal communications. Therefore, a supervisor schedules her for an interpersonal communications class.
- Business-success goals focus on increasing a company’s accomplishments. For example, an employee might have the goal of increasing his total sales by 10 percent to increase market share.