Performance Evaluations

Performance Development Plans (PDPs) set expectations of each employee’s job, provide goals to achieve, and offer feedback at the end of the process. Employees and supervisors work together to complete each PDP.

Exempt Employees

Represented Exempt employees follow the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Non-represented exempt and non-represented classified employees follow the Exempt Evaluation Policy.

Classified Employees

The Performance Development Plan (PDP) is a tool to support the employee performance evaluation process for classified staff. It is designed to facilitate performance expectation and goal setting, identify key skills and abilities necessary to do the work, and provide feedback at the end of the process.

The PDP is organized into two parts. The staff member, their supervisor, and the PDP reviewer all sign the documents.

Your Participation in Your PDP

You can provide suggestions of what support you will need to meet the expectations and goals set in the planning phase.

You will have an opportunity to add or attach your comments to the assessment phase.

You should keep a copy of your documents; they are also included in your personnel file in Human Resource Services.

Planning Phase

The staff member and their supervisor set performance expectations and goals and identify development goals. Download the Planning Phase form (Word).

Assessment Phase

The staff member and their supervisor evaluate the employee’s progress in meeting the expectations that were set in the planning phase. Download the Assessment Phase form (Word).