Human Resources2001 South State Street N4-700PO Box 144575Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575385 468-0570
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are when the appraisal period ends, for example December 31st of
each calendar year.
dates are when any authorized merit raises would begin (based on a successful
appraisal), for example January 1 of each calendar year.
Goals should align with both the Mayor’s and agency goals
Goal statements should be results based. They should also be specific, measurable, achievable, results-focused, and time- bound. They should not be defined as a task, activity or strategy.
Employees hired in the 1st quarter
(January 1 through March 31st) require a 6 month probationary
appraisal due sometime in the 3rd quarter (depending on hire date)
and an annual appraisal at the end of the appraisal period
Employees hired in the 2nd quarter
(April 1 through June 30) require a 6 month probationary appraisal due sometime
in the 4th quarter (depending on hire date). This appraisal can also be used as the annual
appraisal but it must be noted as both on the appraisal document. If a decline in performance occurs between
the time of the probationary/annual appraisal was competed a new appraisal can
be submitted at the end of the appraisal period.
Employees hired during the 3rd
quarter (July 1 through September 30) required a 6 month probationary appraisal
due sometime in the 1st quarter of the new year. An
annual appraisal does not need to be submitted.
Employees hired during the 4th
quarter (October 1 through December 31) require a 6 month probationary
appraisal due sometime in the 2nd quarter of the new year. An annual appraisal does not need to be