Work Performance Evaluation
The student employee should be given at least one work performance evaluation per year from a supervisor. The purpose of this evaluation is to document current job performance and to indicate future employment potential. The evaluation may also be used to justify a pay increase or to document corrective action.
It is the supervisor's responsibility to complete an evaluation form either when necessary or at the time the student's employment terminates during the school year. A sample evaluation form is available on the University Human Resources Student Employment website. The supervisor should discuss the evaluation with the student, and both the student and the supervisor should sign the evaluation form. The original evaluation should be kept by the supervisor and a copy given to the student.
Retention of Evaluations
Evaluation forms for student employees should be maintained in the student’s employment file for the duration of employment plus six years. With the student's written permission, a copy of the evaluation form can be released to prospective employers.
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