Supervisor Evaluations and Faculty/Employee Evaluations
The Evaluation Task Force continues to work on improving employee evaluations and implementing supervisor evaluations. The Task Force has agreed on a format for the Employee Evaluation form and has voted on a Supervisor Evaluation form. Conversation has been postponed for a few weeks pending the arrival of our new Human Resources Director, Elaine Doell.
The Evaluation Task Force’s first year of work resulted in the removal of the numbering system used on the current evaluation instrument effective spring 2014. Additionally, two sub-committees were formed. One sub-committee was charged with developing a Faculty/Staff Evaluation instrument and the second sub-committee was assigned the development of a Supervisor Evaluation procedure and form. Both sub-committees gave presentations of their work to the Task Force as a whole on 10/15/2014. The Task Force is now in the process of discussing and revising the documents for presentation to the Administration.
An ad hoc committee of the Faculty Association was formed in the Spring of 2013 and has produced a chair evaluation form and procedure. The process of chair evaluations is a high priority initiative of the Faculty Association in 2013-2014 and progress on that will be documented on this page as it occurs.
Initial Post (9/12/2013)
John Upton and Shane Oakley are working on forming a task force that will work on overhauling the current employee evaluation process as it applies to faculty and staff. The task force will also pursue the development of a system for faculty to evaluate their chairs, so these two initiatives have been combined into one. Any faculty interested in being a part of this task please contact Shane Oakley (email@example.com). There are a limited number of seats on the task force and equal representation from CAS faculty and Votech faculty is desired. The task force will present an opportunity to have a role in creating a new and improved system of evaluation for faculty and staff as well as mechanism for bottom-up evaluation of chairs by their respective faculty members.