Information on EHRA and SHRA evaluation procedures
EHRA – DASA has opted to use a customized evaluation form that includes institutional goals, using this form is required for all non-faculty EHRA employees.
EHRA Evaluations are due to DASA HR by Monday, 8/22/22
Additional resources are listed below:
The EHRA 2020-2021 cycle ends on July 31, 2022.
Supervisors should work with EHRA staff to plan and set goals for the 2022-2023 cycle in July and August 2022. This should be completed no later than August 30, 2022.
SHRA – NC State maintains a system in which every university SHRA employee participates in a performance planning and appraisal program. Supervisors and managers direct this program while promoting active employee involvement. For complete details and instructions please refer to the SHRA Performance Management section of the university’s HR website.
Employee Relations has published the 2021-2022 Performance Appraisal Timeline. Supervisors should note that off-cycle (interim) reviews are an important part of the process. Interim reviews are strongly encouraged for all employees and are required for probationary employees and for employees with active disciplinary actions or who received a rating of “1-not meeting expectations” on any goal in the last review. Please contact DASA HR with any questions.
SHRA performance evaluations are due to DASA HR by Friday, 5/13/22.
Hard copies of all SHRA appraisals are submitted to DASA Human Resources. After review, each copy will be kept in the appropriate personnel file. All final ratings are entered into the HR system by DASA HR.
SHRA probationary or time-limited employees hired after October 1, 2021: the performance cycle will be extended with the first annual performance evaluation at the end of the next cycle (2022). However, these employees should receive an off-cycle quarterly review as scheduled.
SHRA performance plans for the 2022-2023 cycle should be completed by June 30, 2022.
Faculty – Faculty are evaluated in various ways. Links to several polices are listed below. Additional information regarding faculty performance management is found in the Policy, Regulations and Rules website.
Faculty who wish to dispute a performance review must do so through the Grievance Procedure for Faculty, Senior Academic Administration Officers Tier II (SAAO Tier-ll) and EHRA Professionals.
Supervisors who would like assistance with EHRA Performance Management may contact their DASA HR Partner for support.