It’s legal for your boss to ask you to pick up his lunch, even though it’s not in your job description. It’s legal for a company to maintain a do-not-hire list.
It’s legal to fill a job without advertising it and giving other people a chance to apply for it. It’s legal not to hire someone because they don’t seem enthusiastic about the job.
It’s legal for HR to forward your confidential emails to other people.
Whether you are just implementing a formal performance appraisal process in your company or you are searching for ideas to help you update the documents you are currently using, reviewing example forms can be very helpful.
Review these five sample documents, each one is specific to a different type of evaluation.
There are several different ways to approach conducting employee performance appraisals, from annual and end-of-introductory-period reviews based solely on supervisor feedback to formal self-evaluation and peer review processes.