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5.9.1 Performance Review Process

​​​​​​​​​​Job performance is to be reviewed throughout and formally at the conclusion of an introductory period; see the Introductory Per​iod Performance Review (HR intranet; username and password required). For most positions in the archdiocese the introductory period is 90 days. In certain instances the introductory period may be longer or shorter as the job or performance requires. After the introductory period, staff should have reviews at regular intervals. Special performance reviews may be conducted at any time, as circumstances warrant.

A formal performance review process serves to:

  • Document performance in relation to reasonable job expectations and standards

  • Determine how the employee might improve work performance

  • Evaluate career opportunity and development

  • Achieve a closer working relationship between the employee and employer

  • Set goals and timetables for projects supporting the location's mission statement or values

See the Introductory Period Performance Review (HR intranet; username and password required), Employee Self-Evaluation Process (HR intranet; username and password required), Employee Annual Performance Review (HR intranet; username and password required), Supervisory/Managerial Personnel Self-Evaluation Questionnaire (HR intranet; username and password required), Supervisory/Managerial Personnel Annual Performance Review (HR intranet; username and password required), and Annual Performance Appraisal Review: Maintenance Workers​ (HR intranet; username and password required).​


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