Wisconsin Administrative Code
Department of Administration-Division of Personnel Management
Chapter ER 45 - Employee Performance Evaluation
Section ER 45.03 - Program requirements

Universal Citation: WI Admin Code ยง ER 45.03

Current through February 26, 2024

Each state agency shall establish an employee performance evaluation program in accordance with the requirements set forth in this section.

(1) The intent and purpose of performance evaluation shall be communicated to all employees.

(2) Performance standards shall be established for and communicated to each employee prior to the period for which the employee is being evaluated and serve as a basis for evaluating performance.

(3) A formal performance evaluation review shall be conducted with each employee at least every 12 months. This review shall include ongoing informal performance discussions and periodic appraisals to ensure that the established responsibilities and performance standards for the employee's position continue to be appropriate and understood by the employee. The review shall meet the guidelines established by the administrator.

(4) The agency shall maintain documentation of the performance evaluation review under sub. (3) in the employee's personnel file.

(5) Agencies shall ensure that supervisors, managers and other persons responsible for evaluating employee performance receive orientation and training in the performance evaluation process. The administrator shall review and approve or disapprove the contents of this training.

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