NAME_______________________________

Career Action Worksheet 19-1
Job Performance Evaluation
Directions: Rate your job per...
THINKING/PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
                   (Generates new ideas, makes decisions, solves problems, and reasons log...
ATTITUDE
                   (Demonstrates enthusiasm, interest, and motivation)
                   List specific examples:...
Employee’s Short-Term Goals: (List your short-term job or career goals here.)




Employee’s Long-Term Goals: (List your l...
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  1. 1. NAME_______________________________ Career Action Worksheet 19-1 Job Performance Evaluation Directions: Rate your job performance in your current or past work experience, in volunteer or internship work, or in another significant task-oriented activity. In the space to the left of each Performance or Behavioral Category, place the rating code you think most appropriately represents your performance (O = Outstanding, V = Very good, G = Good, A = Acceptable, U = Unacceptable). In the space below each item, give one or two examples of your performance. Then highlight the items you rated acceptable or unacceptable; make these your targets for improvement. Rating Code Performance or Behavioral Category ABILITY TO ACQUIRE AND USE INFORMATION AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS (Uses initiative in acquiring, interpreting, and following instructions and using references) List specific examples: INTERPERSONAL SKILLS (Is tactful, understanding, and efficient when dealing with people) List specific examples: BASIC SKILLS (Is proficient in reading, writing, mathematics, listening, and verbal and nonverbal communication) List specific examples: JOB SKILLS (Demonstrates command of required knowledge and skills) List specific examples: Your Career: How to Make It Happen 1 Career Action Worksheet 19-1: Job Performance Evaluation COPYRIGHT © Thomson South-Western
  2. 2. THINKING/PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS (Generates new ideas, makes decisions, solves problems, and reasons logically) List specific examples: ABILITY TO COOPERATE WITH OTHERS (Works well with team members and under supervision, exercises leadership, and works well with people of diverse backgrounds) List specific examples: QUANTITY OF WORK (Does required amount of work) List specific examples: QUALITY OF WORK (Does neat, accurate, complete, and efficient work) List specific examples: GOOD WORK HABITS (Maintains good attendance and punctuality, is dependable, and follows safety/work procedures) List specific examples: Continued on the next page Your Career: How to Make It Happen 2 Career Action Worksheet 19-1: Job Performance Evaluation COPYRIGHT © Thomson South-Western
  3. 3. ATTITUDE (Demonstrates enthusiasm, interest, and motivation) List specific examples: TECHNOLOGY (Works well with technology—tools, computers, and procedures) List specific examples: PERSONAL QUALITIES (Demonstrates responsibility, initiative, self-confidence, integrity, and honesty; practices good self-management; sets and maintains goals; exhibits self-motivation; and is cooperative) List specific examples: OVERALL EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE AND BEHAVIOR Directions: Review the rating code (Outstanding, Very good, Good, Acceptable, or Unacceptable) you placed next to each category of your Job Performance Evaluation on the previous pages. Place a check mark below next to the rating you recorded the most frequently. ______ Outstanding ______ Very good _______ Good _______ Acceptable ______ Unacceptable Continued on the next page Your Career: How to Make It Happen 3 Career Action Worksheet 19-1: Job Performance Evaluation COPYRIGHT © Thomson South-Western
  4. 4. Employee’s Short-Term Goals: (List your short-term job or career goals here.) Employee’s Long-Term Goals: (List your long-term job or career goals here.) Suggestions for Improving Performance or Behavior: (List the steps you can take to improve your work performance or behavior.) General Comments Regarding Employee’s Job Performance: (Add any other appropriate comments to describe the quality of your work performance.) Signature of Supervisor: (This is where your job supervisor would sign your performance evaluation.) Signature of Employee: (This is where you would sign the performance evaluation.) Date: Your Career: How to Make It Happen 4 Career Action Worksheet 19-1: Job Performance Evaluation COPYRIGHT © Thomson South-Western

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