Conducting Employee Evaluations

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Most Common Employment Law Issues:

How Should an Employee Be Evaluated?

It is important for a company to establish a procedure for conducting employee evaluations to avoid treating individual employees differently, as that may lead to allegations of employment discrimination.  There are a few rules that an employer should consider when crafting a procedure for employee evaluations:  

What Can an Employer Do to Make Sure Employee Evaluations Are Fair?

There are several things an employer can make sure to do so that it clear that employee evaluations are not arbitrary, but based on a fair and set practice. In order to remain impartial, an employer should:

Do I Need a Lawyer for my Employee Evaluation Problem?

Whether you are an employee or employer, consulting with an employment lawyer can help you.  An experienced employment attorney can help an employer draft employee evaluation policies.  An employment lawyer also can advise employees if their rights were violated.  If you feel you were wrongfully terminated because of your evaluation you should also contact an attorney.

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Last Modified: 06-25-2014 03:50 PM PDT

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