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Employee Self Service
Creating Custom Home Page
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Here you will be able to:
View your Current and Historical Performance Documents.
Edit and make comments in your Performance Documents.
Understand the Steps involved in the Performance Evaluation Process.
View Current and Historical Performance Documents
Select the Performance tile on the Home Page
A list of current documents will appear.
Document type. (Example: Basic Annual Review)
Document status (Example: Track Progress - Checkpoint 4).
Next due date.
Select an annual review document, and seven (7) tabs will appear; to view the tabs on one sheet, select Long Format.
Select the appropriate step in the process (Examples: Define Criteria; Checkpoint 1; or Review Manager Evaluation).
Section 1 - City Goals: A list of goals outlined by the City, to be reviewed by the manager.
Section 2 - Job Summary: A job title and job description written by the manager, and reviewed by the employee.
Section 3 - Core Values: These common values shared by City of Albuquerque managers and employees.
Section 4 - Performance Goals: A list of performance tasks created by the manager.
Section 5 - Career Goals: A list of goals created by the employee, and evaluated by a manager.
Note: This is a great opportunity to direct the course of your career.
After editing a Performance Document, click Save and Share with Manager.
Section 6 - Overall Summary: This section is to be evaluated by the Manager.
Section 7 - Not Rated Items: This section is to be evaluated by the Manager.
Performance Evaluation Process
Step 1: Define Criteria - Add your Goals for your Manager's Approval
During this step the employee should identify the goals that need to be accomplished during the performance period.
Any core responsibilities or competencies not already defined should be added.
The manager should review the goals and other performance content.
When complete, the manager should mark this step approved.
Step 2: Complete Checkpoint - Enter Progress against Goals and Review Feedback with Manager
During this step the employee should update their progress against their goals.
Just prior to the checkpoint due date the employee should add their comments and share with their manager.
The manager should review the employee's progress, add their comments to the document, and share their comments with the employee.
The manager should review their feedback with the employee and when done, mark the checkpoint as complete.
Step 3: Finalize Criteria - Finalize Goals and Criteria just prior to starting the Final Evaluation
Just prior to starting the evaluation phase the manager and employee should review the performance criteria and make any necessary changes.
Once the criteria is update the employee or manager should close this step by selecting the complete button. The employee should start their Self Evaluation once this step is complete.
Step 4: Complete Self Evaluation - Complete Employee Self-Evaluation
During this step the employee should rate themselves on their performance and add their comments to the document.
When finished the employee should select the complete button to submit the document to their manager for review.
Step 5: Review Manager Evaluation - Review Manager Ratings and Comments
During this step the manager should rate the employee's performance and add their comments to the document.
When complete the manager should share their comments with the employee and conduct their review.
After the review has been held the manager should request that the employee acknowledges the document.
After the document has been acknowledged by the employee, the manager should select the submit for approval button.
Once the document is approved the status of the document will be automatically set to complete and will be found under Historical Document.