Online Employee Evaluations Made Easy
The most popular month for completing yearly employee evaluations is January and this type of employee report card is often an effective tool that can lead to promotions or raises, reinforce good job performance and foster teamwork. LawDepot.com has created an online evaluation form that makes this difficult and time-consuming process quick and easy.
Often the most difficult part of the employee evaluation is creating a standard form that will work throughout an entire organization. This online form makes it easy to customize the questions for specific departments but still maintain a standard of measurement.
With this online form, the employer can assess the performance and improvements of employees. The form provides an optional numerical scoring feature, an optional improvement plan and the choice to personalize the evaluation with specific comments for each individual. Helpful hints are also provided in each section.
The form can be viewed online at LawDepot.com, where human resources managers will also find a full suite of employment documents, including compensation agreements, employment contracts, employment offer letters, confidentiality agreements and termination letters. Thorough legal review processes ensure that all documents are current and accurate.
LawDepot.com is the most advanced provider of online legal documents, covering all facets of the legal industry and hundreds of thousands of customers have used the company's efforts to make legal documents easy to generate.
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