Boise State University’s performance management is developed to provide a mechanism for creating and maintaining ongoing communication between the supervisor and the employee. This system focuses on helping our employees achieve his/her best workplace performance. To that end, the University’s performance management system is designed to accomplish the following goals:
- Creating a Review of the Job Description and Duties;
- Setting Performance Expectations;
- Keeping Performance on Target;
- Realigning Performance if necessary; and
- Ensuring a Comprehensive Performance Evaluation Meeting takes place.
The performance management process is supported with some solid on-line training that will assist managers in: reviewing established job expectations, reviewing employee performance standards, establishing new performance expectations, summarizing individual job performance, assigning an overall rating, and coaching on how to conduct the evaluation meeting along with establishing employee development plans.
In addition, this training helps the University and supervisors/managers meet the requirement of Idaho Code Section 12.67-5309.7 that states, “all supervisors who evaluate state employees shall receive training in the evaluation format and process to assure fairness and consistency in the evaluation process.”
Go to the link below to start your training or to learn more about Boise State’s Performance Management Process.