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Name ___________________________________ Date of Hire ______________________

Position Title ___________________________________ Date of Performance_______________



BASIC PORPUSE OF THE TRIAL PERIOD PERFORMANCE

The Trial Period Performance is an important tool which you and your Supervisor use to evaluate your knowledge and growth
over a specific period and together, to set goals for improvement in any area of performance which will help you reach your full
potential at Pharos of Costa Rica, S. A.

YOUR SUPERVISOR:
Has considered each factor individually using information from the entire period being reviewed.
Has pointed out satisfactory and unsatisfactory areas of performance. This allows you to plan together what course of action
to take to improve in any area rated less than satisfactory.
Has set this time for uninterrupted discussion of any items which either of you may wish to raise.

YOU:
Should read the entire Trial Period Performance prior to discussion.
Should raise any questions and make any comments you fell are appropriate on anything in the review.
May wish to comment in writing before signing the Trial Period Performance. You may do this immediately or If you
prefer the next day.

Before you begin your appraisal session, you should review your current job description with you supervisor. If it is not
accurate, you and your Supervisor should make corrections and attach them to this Performance Review.

This Performance Review evaluates you on the job now being performed. Under each factor, an X has been placed under the
characteristics which best describes your performance. Each factor has been considered independently and based on your
overall performance, not isolated incidents.

1. JOB KNOWLEDGE: The knowledge and understanding of all phases of your job, considering time in position.

Inadequate Adequate Complete mastery of
most duties
Superior


Comments:


2. JUDGEMENT: The manner in which you evaluate situations and make intelligent decisions.

Neglect and
misinterpret the facts
Make frequent errors
on judgement
Decisions seldom
cause difficulty
Very good solutions
and logical and
sound
Outstanding think
quickly and logically


Comments:


3. PRODUCTIVITY: Three factors (quality, quantity, and efficiency) describe how much work you do and how well you do it,
considering time in position.

a. QUALITY: The accuracy, thoroughness, and neatness of your work, regardless of volume.

Many errors need
constant checking
Inconsistent need
frequent checking
Few errors occasionally
necessary to check work
Consistently good
checking seldom
necessary


b. QUANTITY: The volume of work you produce under normal conditions, regardless of errors.

Insufficient work
often behind
Below average Satisfactory
complete fair share
Consistently above
average complete
more than own share
Unusually high
output


c. EFFICIENCY: The way you plan and use your time and meet work schedules.
Inefficient work
poor planned and
organized
Inconsistent Effective under
normal
circumstances
Well organized at all
times
Exceptionally well
organized and
effective


Comments:


4. INITIATIVE: Your persistency in doing your job and your willingness to seek additional responsibilities.

No opportunity to
show yet
Proceed only with
definite instructions
Occasionally act on
own
Fairly aggressive go
ahead on own
Highly motivated
self-starter


Comments:


5. DEPENDABILITY: How reliable you are in all work situations.

Need very close
supervision
Need more
supervision than
most
Need average
supervision
Need minimum
supervision
Need only
occasional
supervision


Comments:

6. COOPERATION: How well you work as a member of a group, maintain good work relations, and communicate with others.

Frequently Occasionally Cooperates
Uncooperative Uncooperative Acceptable Willingly Outstanding
(a) with co-workers
(b) with supervisors
with intra co.
areas

(d) with the public
Comments:

7. INTEGRITY: Your ability to handle issues in a forthright manner without self interest.
Often makes selfish
decisions
Tries, needs to
improve
Able to perform
under normal
situations
Good, can be relied
upon
Excellent, sets an
example for others


Comments:




8. LATENESS AND ABSENCE:
Total of days absent as follows:

Number of days Number of days Number of days
January _________ May ____________ September __________
Febrary _________ June ____________ October _____________
March __________ July _____________ November ___________
April ____________ August __________ December ___________

Explain unusual circumstances surrounding excessive absences or lateness:




9. OVERALL: Your overall performance for this period has been

Unsatisfactory Poor Good Very Good Outstanding




YOUR SUPERVISORS COMMENTS:



EMPLOYEE COMMENTS:




I HAVE RECEIVED THIS EVALUATION AND
SUPERVISOR (DATE) UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS.


(DATE) EMPLOYEE (DATE)
Training and Development Plan


Name Date
Position


Current Training / Development Goals



Review of Prior Years Accomplishment




Approved: