Annual Performance Appraisals are due for all faculty and staff by May 31
We have provided some of the most commonly used performance appraisal forms for your quick reference.
Conducting Performance Appraisals
Whether you are new to the performance appraisal process or want to refresh your knowledge, this guide will provide some of the basic principals of conducting a performance appraisal at UNE.
Faculty APPRAISAL Form
Annual faculty appraisals are important to the reappointment, promotion and tenure process. This form supports the information necessary for this process.
General Appraisal Form
It is all about individual preference. If you like rating systems with illustrative examples, you will want to use this format when you conduct your staff appraisals.
Narrative Appraisal Form
If you like a more narrative form of communicating, this form will be more to your liking when you conduct your staff appraisals.
Questions regarding the performance appraisal process may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hiring and Employment
Whether you are replacing a regular position or hiring adjunct faculty, part-time or temporary staff, there are some basic forms and processes necessary for a smooth transition.
Status Change Forms
Approval to Hire
Once a position need has been identified, an approval to hire is necessary to proceed with the hiring process for benefits eligible faculty or staff. Additionally, the Approval to Hire form should be accompanied by:
- A current job description or Advertisement for Faculty positions.
- Supporting documentation demonstrating budgetary support.
- Rationale for position need.
Personnel Action Form
This form establishes new placement information for benefits eligible hourly and salaried staff and any employment changes throughout the duration of an individual’s employment with UNE.
Request for Contract
This form establishes the initial information for full-time or half-time faculty contract generation.
Email Pay Request
This form establishes pay rates, budget lines and approvals for part- time and temporary employees.
Illnesses and Injuries
Family Medical Leave Guidance
As a manager, it is likely that one of your staff will need to apply for Family Medical Leave at some point. This guide will help you understand the various circumstances, continuous leave and intermittent leave situations, rights and responsibilities of Family Medical Leave.
Disability (non FMLA) Guidance
There is often overlap between family medical leave and personal disability situations, but not all individuals or circumstances qualify under Family Medical Leave regulations. UNE offers additional policies covering individuals for their own non-work related disabling conditions. You should reference the Personnel Handbook for full details.