Human Resources

The Performance Management process facilitates both the growth and development of employees and the achievement of university goals. It is a continuous process shared by the employee and his/her immediate manager, beginning during probation and continuing throughout employment.

The Performance Management system is designed to encourage continuous professional growth, stimulate improvement where the employee is not meeting expectations and should include both verbal and written two-way communication.

A performance evaluation is a formal opportunity to review the employee’s progress during the year and to set goals for the next period. Managers provide Performance Evaluations for direct reports at least annually, and more often for new or probationary employees. It is the responsibility of each supervisor to be consistent in the application of performance evaluation practices. Performance evaluations are based on observable, and when appropriate, measurable outcomes.

Submissions of final evaluations require signatures through AdobeSign* before emailing to Human Resources at

If you have any questions or need accommodations, please contact Melanie Chavez

*Adobe Acrobat Sign tutorials

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The following links provide specific information for each type of employee:

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2023-2024 Annual evaluations:

  • Review period: July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024
  • Due Dates:
    • Bargaining Unit Staff: due July 31, 2024
    • MPP and Confidential Staff: due August 31, 2024

Probationary employee evaluations:

  • APC (Unit 4) - once during the probationary period.
  • CSUEU (Units 2, 5, 7 and 9) - by the end of the 3rd, 6th and 11th month.
  • Teamsters (Unit 6) - within two weeks of completion of the 6th and 11th month.
  • SUPA (Unit 8) - by the end of the 6th, 9th and 12th month.

Please note that probationary periods may be altered due to certain leaves taken during the probationary period. Consult Human Resources with any questions.

Additional Resources

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