The Appraisal shall entail four (4) stages.
a) Employee Opinion
b) Supervisors / Manager's Appraisal.
c) Interview with the HR Manager or Director - on Need basis only.
d) Feedback results and follow-up action Plan.
The Employees will send back his/her anonymous Self Appraisal answers to the Business Management System after invitation for the same. The data will be received and handled by the HR manager or Director and a brief summary of the data will be sent to the concerned Supervisor, Manager, or Company Director.
At "Evaluation - Matrix Answers section", the Employee needs to rate him/herself out of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest) on each skill
At "Evaluation - Descriptive Answers section", each question shall be answered in detailed descriptive format.
At "Evaluation - Numerical Answers section", each questions shall be aswered in numerical (numbers) format.
A direct report of the Supervisor (s) / Manager (s) will be invited through the Business Management System to express his/her/their feedback on Employee performance in Key areas, these being: Project/Task Management, Technical Skills, Work Intelligence, Communication, Interpersonal skills, Self Management, Work Processes Compliance, Leadership skills, and Business Development Skills.
The Appraiser shall rate the Employee's major work accomplishments and performance according to the metric provided in the Appraisal Form.
The "Final Score Appreciation" shall be tallied systematically by the Human Resource Manager / Director, from the Supervisor's metric rate issued for each of the Key areas of evaluation on Employee's performance, including the Employee Opinion, to give either of the following average score results:
Details of the Interview shall be communicated to the Employee through Work Email or invitation through the Business Management System. Interviews (third stage) shall be conducted on "Need basis", dependent on the outcome of the First and Second appraisal's stages.
The results of the Appraisal shall be communicate to the Employee as feedback, followed by communication of follow-up action plans.