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Self-Evaluation Employee Form

Self-Evaluation Employee Form

Updated February 19, 2022

A Self-Evaluation Employee Form is used when an Employer wishes to consult the Employees of a Company regarding job performance. This kind of information gathering can, at times, be difficult to process unless all Employees present the required information in the same way.  A standard form will provides the basic structure for an efficient review to take place. Employees will enjoy a basic structure to easily present their opinions while reviewers will find it more efficient to process a standardized form.

How To Write

Step 1 – Download a PDF, ODT, or Word document of the Self-Evaluation Employee Form by clicking on the appropriate button on the right side of this page below the image.

Step 2 – Enter your Full Name on the first space in the upper left hand corner (“Name”). Then, report the Date this form on the blank space after the word “Date.”

Step 3 – On the second line, report your Job Title and the Name of the Department you work in on the blank spaces labeled “Title” and “Department” respectively.

Step 4 – Report the Period you are Reviewing yourself in. This may be reported as a Date, Date Range, or Month and Year on the space after the phrase “Review Period.”

Step 5 – Next, there will be several questions requiring attention. In the first item, check the box labeled “Yes” if you believe you possess the knowledge base required to perform this job. If not, mark the box labeled “No.” If you have selected “No,” then use the blank lines below this question to provide a list of issues that you have had difficulties understanding or mastering.

Step 6 – If you have had a change in duties during the period you are self evaluating, document this in Item 2. Also, provide a self-report on how well you were able to adapt to the new job requirements placed upon you.

Step 7 – In the Third Item, provide a report on what you consider your strengths in the space provided. Also, report how these personal strengths relate to your job. For instance, being particularly knowledgable in History would be very useful in a book store with a History/Non-fiction section.

Step 8 – If you have any weaknesses that you believe have an effect on your job performance, you should report them in Item 4. For instance, if you are prone to hay fever, your job performance in an out door cafe may depend upon any allergy medication you may have to take.

Step 9 – In the Fifth Item, report any aspects or qualities you possess that may have a positive effect on your job performance. For example, being the owner of a show dog would have some obvious benefits to someone who works in a pet store.

Step 10 – The next item will request you provide a report on what expectations, aspirations, or concerns you believe apply to the next Evaluation Period. A good example may involve a sudden expansion in operations without the proper manpower for your department to handle it.

Step 11 – The final item will ask you to rate your overall job performance during the period you are evaluating. You will be expected to make a mark in one check box to define this. The check boxes are labeled: Outstanding, Exceeds Expectations, Meets Expectations, Below Expectations, or Unsatisfactory. Place a check in the box you believe defines how well you performed your job during this Evaluation Period.

Step 12 – Review your answers. Make sure this is an honest self-assessment then, submit this form to the appropriate Department or Office in your place of employment.