From "vij.bah.sah." : Hi, Can anyone give some samples of the appraisal forms. Thanks.
10th April 2008 From India, Hyderabad

riyarodeshia 22
you can use these forms :)
10th April 2008 From India, Delhi
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Amitmhrm 319
Hi, Go through with the below given link, will get the same.. which i uploaded earlier.. Hope it would help you to frame the same.. #343752 Regards, Amit Seth.
10th April 2008 From India, Ahmadabad
shanthifath 6
Dear All, Please find the attachment. here you have all appraisal formats. Regrads, Nancyprabhakar:p
6th May 2008 From India, Madras
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Hello Find the attachments of different Formats of Performance appraisals. check it out
14th May 2008 From India, Mumbai
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File Type: doc performence appraisal 128.doc (57.5 KB, 10086 views)
File Type: doc performence Appraisals Format 360.doc (38.0 KB, 5051 views)
File Type: doc performence appraisal format_175.doc (93.5 KB, 4281 views)
File Type: xls performence appraisal.xls (16.5 KB, 5236 views)
Neetu Singh Gupta 11
Hi find attached format for self appraisal form..i hope this vl solve your purpose Regards, Neetu Singh
14th May 2008 From India
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File Type: doc Self appraisal.doc (47.0 KB, 4886 views)
Neetu Singh Gupta 11
Here are some more formats of self appraisal form which i got from various sources.

Plz find below following checklist regarding Performance Appraisal

The Pre-appraisal Checklist (for the Employer)

Set a calendar date and time in advance that is mutually convenient for both you and the employee, and that will allow enough time for each of you to do preparation.

Make sure you have:

The job description and performance standards

Goals set from the last appraisal

Work rules and procedures

Any feedback or letters from customers/co-workers

Current disciplinary memos

The previous performance appraisal

If you have asked the employee to do a self-appraisal, be sure to obtain that early enough so you have a chance to review it as part of your preparation.

Before filling out the appraisal form:

List the main areas of responsibility

What the employee has done well

What the employee needs to improve in

What you can do to help the employee do a better job

__________________________________________________ ___________________

Six tips for writing your self-appraisal (For Employee)

Classified staff self-appraisals are due to Human Resources and supervisors by Friday, Sept. 30. Having trouble getting started? Human Resources has some good advice.

Make lists.

To give yourself a jump-start, begin by brainstorming. Make lists of accomplishments, feedback (written or verbal) from customers or peers, goals you met or didn't meet, things you want to improve on, training you've attended and teams or committee work you've participated in during the performance period.

Write in the first person, but use a professional tone.

Since you're writing about yourself, use "I" - but remember that this is still part of your appraisal record. Avoid slang or language that is too casual. "I rocked on that assignment!" may not be the most professional approach. On the other hand, flowery language with extra words isn't necessary. Keep it clear and simple.

Make sure your assessment of your work ties back to your essential job functions.

When writing your appraisal, make sure that you talk about how you performed in each of your position's essential job functions. To make this easier, refer to last year's appraisal, or if you're in a new position, look at the position description used to hire you. This is a good way to note if there are new things you've added to your role over the year.

Give specific examples.

Always give examples of how you performed or met a goal - not just general phrases. For instance: "I responded to all calls within 24 hours" is better than just saying "My customer service was good."

Be as objective as you can.

As you assess your performance, don't overstate or understate how you've done. For example, review goals that were set and discuss how you met them. If there were some you didn't meet, talk about what you learned or what you'll do differently during the new appraisal year. Show your supervisor that you have the ability to critically review your own work.

Check for spelling, grammar, tone and clarity.

Before submitting your appraisal to your supervisor, re-read it to correct any mistakes or clear up any confusing sentences. Also review whether you might need to add or clarify an example.

In general, the self-appraisal is a tool to help your supervisor write your final appraisal and to create the opportunity for an open discussion about success in your role.

All the best for futre appraisals


Neetu singh
14th May 2008 From India
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File Type: doc Sample Appraisal Form.doc (34.5 KB, 4168 views)
File Type: doc appraisalformtemplate.doc (78.5 KB, 2834 views)
amruta.kore 11
I Am Into My Summer Interns At Mil
Need To Make Research On :
*performance Appraisal
*performance Management System
*personnel Selection Techniques
If U Have Any Data (raw)or Any Info Regarding These Topics Please Let Me Know
14th May 2008 From India, Mumbai
akhi.ts 2
hi this akhi, apprasial forms are very efffective...and as a an employee how effective i can fill up. can anybody guide regarding this . example of neetu singh apprasial form.
26th April 2009 From India, New Delhi
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19th October 2009 From Vietnam,
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