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Employee Feedback Form
Part of supervising employees is communicating with them about their current performance and what areas they can improve upon. Below is a printable employee feedback form to help guide you in offering feedback to your employees on their performance.
The first table is a rubric that quantifies employee performance. Below that is an area for employee information, followed by a series of areas to rate employee performance. Finally, there are three sections that allow you to list out the strengths of the employee, any areas for improvement, and goals for the employee moving forward.
Use this rubric to rate employees' performance in the areas listed in the feedback form below.
|4||Outstanding||Employee is a leader amongst his or her peers in this area.|
|3||Good||Employee is above average in this area.|
|2||Competent||Employee is average in this area.|
|1||Needs Improvement||Employee is below average in this area.|
Employee Feedback Form
|In this area, list the employee's critical information. This section will help you keep your records straight.|
|Date of Last Evaluation:|
|Area||Score||Comments: Write the reason for the employee's score in each area.|
|Quality of Work|
|What does the employee do well? List as many strengths as you want, though two or three is a good number.|
|Areas for Improvement|
|What can the employee do better? List a few actionable areas where you would like to see the employee improve.|
|What specific goals should the employee be working toward? Have a few in mind, though you might want to discuss and set these goals with input from the employee.|
Communicating with Employees
To help you communicate the results of the evaluation above, you should focus on the following:
- The nature and importance of managerial communication, as described in the lesson Managerial Communication;
- The communication process, which is outlined in the lesson The Communication Process;
- Different styles of communication, including how gender can influence our communication, a topic explored in the lesson Male and Female Communication Styles.
Further, the following lessons focus specifically on how to give clear, constructive feedback to employees:
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