I understand that I have 30 calendar days from the date of the meeting in which my performance evaluation was reviewed with me to submit my comments directly to the evaluating supervisor. I know these comments will be filed in my official personnel file.
Other Useful Tools:
Running Leave Reports out of KRONOS:
The Performance Evaluation process provides employees with formal feedback about their job performance. The process encompasses:
- clear expectations of shared values and core competencies (reflecting the code of conduct);
- clear expectations of the essential job duties (providing confidence we know what to do and how to do it);
- an appraisal of performance—on performance dimensions and essential job duties and whether they are performed or demonstrated with excellence (we get what we measure) and;
- a conversation on development and growth for the individual employee and support available from the supervisor ( success as a supervisor depends on employees’ success).
Attention: Children and Family Services (CFS) Supervisor Only
CFS Supervisors will utilize the Competency Development Tool (CDT) to assist in the measurement and documentation of Trainee and Probationary Child & Family Services Specialist (CFSS) Performance. The Supervisor is required to complete the CDT and send it to HR when the Trainee has met the minimum standards of performance.
The Supervisor's documentation of Satisfactory Trainee/Probationary Specialist Performance in the CDT is the trigger for the promotion from Trainee to CFS Specialist on original probation status. This is the indication of the CFS Specialist’s readiness to work independently with families or children assigned to their caseload.
The supervisor is required to complete the 6-month and 12-month DHHS Performance Evaluation.
Competency Development Tool (CDT)
For more information, contact:
Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
Human Resources & Development
301 Centennial Mall South, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 95026
Lincoln, NE 68509-5026
Phone: (402) 471-9240
FAX: (402) 471-6682
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