End-of-Year Review Schedule

​​​The End-of-the-Year Final Review Schedule

(Note:  The dates below are for most of campus who are on a fiscal year basis.  For Special Olympics, the dates for completion of your 2017 reviews would change to the following: December 31;  January 12; January 26; February 16; and February 28, 2018 would be your deadline for the final submission to HR of your 2017 reviews).

The intent of the performance management process is to promote ongoing, face-to-face conversations between an employee and supervisor throughout the review year.  It is the results of these ongoing conversations that are to be summarized, documented and submitted to Human Resources (HR) at the end of the fiscal year. 

Reviews are to be completed using the online form, found at CentralLink/ My Account/ My Workday/ Performance Reviews.  There are also links to it from the HR home webpage, and the first Performance Review webpage.  You can also make this one of your customized favorites on CentralLink. 

 Here is the schedule for the completion of this year's annual review.   Reviews may of course, be completed ahead of schedule.  Please note:  the supervisor will not be able to submit it to HR until after July 1st (January 1st for Special Olympics), at which time the "Submit to HR" option becomes available.

June 30:  End of fiscal year

July 7:  Employee self-evaluation due ("optional," dependent upon supervisor  and/or departmental policy)      

July 21​:  Supervisor comments and feedback due

August 18:  Face-to-face discussion deadline               

August 31, 2017:  Deadline for submission to HR by supervisor, complete with any final edits and comments by employee or supervisor.    Please Note:  This deadline is "hard-wired" into the review system.  Therefore,  you will not be able to make any edits to the online reviews past this date.            

Note:  Immediate Supervisors can ask the Reviewing Authority (his or her supervisor) to view an Employees' review at any time throughout the year. The Reviewing Authority has access electronically to any review in his or her line of authority, so it does not need to be sent to him or her.  It is expected that the Reviewing Authority will be consulted on any review that is exceptionally high or exceptionally low.