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What are some items on a completed employee performance evaluation?

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Some items on a completed employee evaluation include the decision making, problem solving, flexibility and adaptability and accomplishments of the subject employee. Additional portions of the completed evaluation form may cover future objectives and goals along with the employer's expectations of the employee moving forward.

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Other items found on a completed employee performance evaluation include an assessment of the performance of the employee's job duties and notes indicating if the employee has met the employer's expectations. A section on providing additional training the employee had during the period may be part of the evaluation.

The employee's relationship with his co-workers is also assessed on an employee evaluation, and the employer may note specific examples of how a positive work environment was fostered by the employee. The evaluation may also include information on the employee's ability to timely report to work and how the employee holds himself accountable for tasks, as this is a good way to assess the employee's ability to be flexible and adapt to changes in the workplace.

The employee's leadership position or job duties may require that the performance evaluation include details about his ability to follow through on policies, make and enforce decisions, or troubleshoot problems.

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