Best Employee. Supervisor gives work orders and turns job over to worker. Worker requires only recognition.
- Accurate and complete work; Good results.
- Accomplishes more jobs; Productive and efficient.
- Organized; Knows where things are.
- Can do all assignments; No hand-holding needed.
- Looks ahead; Thinks how to help; Has good ideas.
- Good attitude; Courteous to all.
- Volunteers to help team members; Gets involved.
Good Worker. Supervisor recognizes good performance and points out problems. Worker requires support for teamwork.
- Willing to learn; Wants to do better and improve skills; Interested in the job.
- Takes on any job and does what is asked.
- Hard working; Skilled; Paying attention.
- On time with results and finishing jobs.
- Careful worker; Does complete work.
- Keeps work environment in good order, equipment and supplies organized.
- Often helps others on the team.
Improving Worker – Supervisor is clear on details and gives encouragement. Worker requires instruction and appreciation.
- Doesn’t know all aspects of the job; needs guidance.
- Afraid to make decisions without asking what to do.
- Results sometimes good, sometimes not.
- Willing to learn with supervisor encouragement.
- Sometimes doesn’t see to do more than necessary.
- Capable, could do more with better results.
- Requires attention dealing with sensitivities.
High Maintenance Employee – Supervisor points out everything to do. Worker requires attention.
- Late to work or has to be told to do jobs.
- Works slowly; Inefficient. Makes small jobs big.
- Moody or argumentative; Complains to co-workers.
- Messy work area; doesn’t take care of equipment.
- Watches others at work; Sometimes distracts them.
- Takes easy jobs or waits to be told what to do.
- Often turns in work results that require more work or cleanup from others.