The main components of an employee evaluation form are accomplishments, service and relationships, accountability and dependability, adaptability and flexibility, and decision making and problem solving. Additional portions of the evaluation form may cover goals and objectives, job duties and employer expectations.
When reviewing an employee evaluation form, the employer assesses the employee's performance of his job duties and notes whether the employee has met or exceeded expectations. This portion of the form may also detail additional training or courses the employee participated in during the evaluation period.
The employee's behavior and relationships with co-workers and customers are also assessed, and the employer notes specific examples of how the employee has fostered a positive work environment. The employee's ability to report to work on time as a dependable team member and to hold himself accountable for on-the-job tasks is typically included on the evaluation form, as is an assessment of the employee's ability to adapt to workplace changes and to be flexible.
Depending on the employee's job duties or leadership position, his ability to make and enforce decisions, to follow policies and to troubleshoot problems are typically rated on the evaluation form. When reviewing an employee's performance, the employer may also include detailed information on goals for future performance and professional development.