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Interview Appraisal Form

INTERVIEW APPRAISAL FORM

1. Candidate details

• Candidate name
• Post Applied for
• Date
• Line Manager

2. Appraisal

You should design a table which include columns such as No, Contents of appraisal, HR Manager, Line Manager.

Contents of appraisal:

• Attitude
• Knowledge
• Communication
• Experience
• Loyalty Expectation
• Present ability
• Initiative
• Team Spirit

Rating scales:

(1-Poor, 2-Average, 3- Good, 4-V.Good, 5-Excellent)

3. Remarks:

a> Strengths
…..
….
b> Weakness
….
….
Signature ………………. HR Manager…………… Line Manager………… Director

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Posted by Hrformats - July 18, 2011 at 9:33 AM

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Manager Performance Appraisal Form

Manager appraisal form

I / MANAGER INFORMATION:

• Name
• Date
• Job Title
• Date of Last Review
• Department:
• Appraiser Name

II/ PERFORMANCE ACHIEVEMENT

• You should design table with columns as No, agreed objectives, weight, result, total score.
• This table is used for objective performance.

III/ COMPETENCIES

1. Identify competencies needed for job, for example:

• Technical skills
• Financial skills
• Decision making ability
• Analytical ability / problem solving
• Initiative/perseverance/enthusiasm
• Flexibility
• Written communication skills
• Oral communication skills
• Customer focus
• Teamwork
• Organizational ability.
• Negotiating skills

2. Rating scales can be:

• 1 = Exceptional
• 2 – Strong
• 3 = Fully Competent
• 4 = Continued Development
• 5 = Poor
• N = Not Applicable

IV/ MANAGEMENT SKILLS

1. Staff Development/ Mentoring
2. Influencing Skills
3. Analytical/Conceptual Thinking
4. Ability to Lead a Team
5. Using Business Acumen
6. Coaching skill etc

V/ DISCUSSIONS

1. Strengths (examples of where individual has excelled).

2. Developmental needs (areas that need strengthening, additional experience/exposure).

VI/ OVERALL RATING

1. Rating scales

• Exceptional
• Strong
• Fully Competent
• Continued Development
• Poor
• New to Position

2. Definition of each element:

• Fully Competent (solid performance). Consistently meets expectations. Two-thirds of your employees should fall within this category.
• Continued Development. Needs development in current position. Overall performance is somewhat lower than expected for the current position.
• Poor (unsatisfactory performance). Performance is clearly below what is expected at current position/level.
• Exceptional (clearly outstanding performance). Performance falls within top 5 – 10 % of employees at his/her level.
• Strong (excellent performance). Performance falls within top 15% of the employees at his/her level.
• New to Position. Employee has been in position for less than six (6) months.

VII/ MANAGER COMMENTS

VIII/ SIGNATURES:

The employee’s signature below indicates that a performance development discussion was conducted on the specified date, but does not necessarily indicate agreement with the content of the session.

Manager / Supervisor Signature Supervisor Signature

Date Date.

Distribution: (1) Copy to HR departmental Personnel File (2) Copy to line manager. (3) Copy to Manager / Supervisor.

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Posted by Hrformats - July 13, 2011 at 11:18 AM

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Performance Review Form/appraisal Form

Please find the Performance Review form attached.

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Posted by Hrformats - May 10, 2011 at 6:30 AM

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Appraisal Forms

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Posted by Hrformats - April 16, 2011 at 11:09 AM

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