Find job performance self-assessment forms online through sites such as SHRM.org, Formville.com, Hashdoc.com and Novell.com, as of 2015. Each site provides forms for use in a variety of business environments, some of which may include customization features for the employee to tailor her responses to match the exact nature of her job.
A job performance self-assessment test allows employers to see the ways in which an employee views herself and gain a better understanding of the areas which each member of the company values most and least. It also forces the employee to take an introspective look at herself and be honest about her role in the company and the way she performs. Many forms include a basic set of guidelines to help direct the employee to specific areas for the evaluation, such as assessing her understanding of her responsibilities, or asking her to rate the way she feels about aspects of the company.
Though some forms include sections where employees only need to choose a ranking from a list of options to rate themselves, many encourage longer free response sections to address the evaluation. These forms also begin with a question or prompt, such as asking the employee what she thinks she needs to improve about herself or how she feels she can do her job better. The forms focus on both positives and negatives, so that employees learn to appreciate their accomplishments and identify areas of improvement.