STAFF EVALUATION | TYPE A


University of the Fraser Valley encourages a work environment in which employees and supervisors communicate regularly about job performance. Performance feedback should include the employee’s progress towards achieving goals and objectives, recognition of individual accomplishments, and opportunities for growth. Ongoing communication helps ensure that there is a mutual understanding of job performance requirements and of the employee’s success in meeting them.

THE PURPOSES OF EVALUATION ARE:

  1. To provide employees with information that will enable them to monitor and improve job skills and effectiveness, and to identify opportunities for growth.
  2. To confirm an employee’s suitability for reappointment or continuing appointment.

Please refer to Article 13 - Evaluation in the .

TIMING FOR EVALUATION
The probationary period for Type A Staff employees is set at 1824 hours unless otherwise indicated. All new appointees to staff positions will be evaluated twice during their probationary period. The first of such evaluations will occur no later than six (6) months after the initial appointment. The second of such evaluations will occur no later than 30 days before the end date of the probationary period. Thereafter, staff employees will be evaluated every two (2) years after completion of their probationary period.  

UFV may request an evaluation on an annual basis, and the staff employee may request an evaluation sooner than the two (2) year period. A formal evaluation may be waived for post-probationary employees. Two (2) consecutive evaluation periods cannot be waived. By waiving the formal evaluation, all parties acknowledge that the employee has had satisfactory performance since the last evaluation.


TYPES OF EVALUATION

1.  INITIAL 912 HOUR PROBATION  (Equivalent to Six Months FT)
    - This evaluation will occur no later than six (6) months after the initial appointment.

2.  INITIAL 1824 HOUR PROBATION  (Equivalent to One Year FT)
    - This evaluation will occur no later than 30 days before the end of the probationary
      period.

3.  REGULAR TWO YEAR EVALUATION

4.  NON-INITIAL PROBATION


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