e-PDP Rating Scale

 

0 - Not Meeting Expectations

Does not fulfill the knowledge, skills and abilities that result in effective performance.

Level intended for:

  • Does not fulfill the skills, knowledge and abilities for the role.
  • Inconsistent performance.
  • Inconsistent attendance.
  • Performs below or at the minimal level for the role.
  • HR consultation and/or support required.

1 - Work in Progress/In Training

Work in Progress
Valued team member actively working towards fulfilling the knowledge, skills and abilities that result in effective performance.

Level intended for:

  • Actively working with manager towards the expectations of the role.
  • Does not meet all of the skills, knowledge and abilities for the role.
  • Might excel at part of the role but is not fulfilling the full scope.
  • Staff member having difficulty with change, transition or other factor disrupting their performance.
  • HR consultation and support may be required to assist with bringing performance up to “Solid Performer” level.

OR

In Training
Valued team member actively working towards fulfilling the knowledge, skills and abilities that result in effective performance.

Level intended for:

  • New staff only during training.
  • Does not yet meet all of the skills, knowledge and abilities for the role.
  • Six month duration.

2 - Solid Performer

Fully demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities that result in effective performance.

Level intended for:

  • Dependable staff doing their job well.
  • Contributes to the continuous improvement of their department and the university as a whole.
  • Excellent team player and individual contributor.
  • Fully demonstrates the competencies for the role.

3 - Exceptional

Performance is consistently superior and significantly and evidently exceeds position requirements. Truly outstanding level of contribution evidenced through specific “above and beyond” work accomplishment(s).

Level intended for:

  • Shining stars.
  • Evidently far exceeding expectations for the role on a consistent basis.
  • Short term successes relating to a unique, exceptional project or body of work (not to reward a path to burnout).
  • Individual is in a strong position to advance their career.