Staff and MPP Performance Evaluation

Staff Performance Evaluation Process and Forms

Staff with permanent status are evaluated annually to coincide with the fiscal year. Probationary and temporary staff are evaluated in accordance with their collective bargaining agreement. For procedures and evaluation forms select the employee's bargaining unit/employee group below.

Management Personnel Plan (MPP) Performance Evaluation Process

MPP employees are evaluated after six months and subsequently at one year intervals coinciding with the fiscal year. Evaluation of MPP employees must cover managerial responsibilities and requirements common to such positions, as well as unique items the evaluator identifies as specific to the organizational unit involved, and campus priorities and programs. View and download the MPP Performance Evaluation Form & Guidelines.

Submitting Performance Evaluations

A signed copy of the performance evaluation must be provided to the employee being evaluated. In addition, completed performance evaluations must be submitted to the Center for Human Resources at [email protected]
For staff performance evaluations, it is recommended that evaluations are signed and submitted via the Adobe Sign Staff Performance Evaluation Workflow. See Staff Evaluation Workflow Instructions. Please note this workflow is not intended for MPP evaluations.

Additional requirements may vary by division. Consult with your division resource management team on the process for your division.

Resources for Managers

No training sessions scheduled at this time.
Staff Performance Evaluation PowerPoint Presentation
MPP Evaluation PowerPoint Presentation

Performance management is the process by which supervisors and employees work together to plan, monitor, and review an employee's work objectives and overall contributions to the work unit. It is essential for helping your university achieve its mission and strategic goals.

The CSU's Performance Management Toolkit provides managers with various resources for managers including articles, sites, tools, on-demand courses, books, videos, and podcasts.

In developing performance goals for the upcoming evaluation period, we encourage you to establish some goals focused on professional development.

SDSU's learning portal, CSULearn, is a valuable resource in professional development offering over 3,500 online courses on various topics including computer programs such as Microsoft and Adobe products, professional certifications, and business skills (communication, customer service, management).