Employee Performance Evaluation Survey

An employee performance evaluation survey is in the form of a written questionnaire which is drafted by organisations to have a record of the evaluation of its employees. Surveys of this kind  are used to evaluate the performance of the employees in the organisation. The employees have to answer questions and rate their own performances to help the company know the overall performance level of all its staff members. Please refer to the following given sample if you need help with framing your own employee performance evaluation survey.

Sample Employee Performance Evaluation Survey:

Employee’s name:

Employee’s contact number:

Email address of the employee:

Department name of the employee:

Designation of the employee:

Please help us to evaluate your performance by answering all of the given questions about performance evaluation.

Q1. How many years have you been working on your current job position?

a)      Less than an year

b)      One to two years

c)      Two to four years

d)     More than four years

Q2. What do you have to say about the changes you have seen in your own working capabilities?

a)      They have improved

b)      They are the same as they were before

c)      They have improved

d)     Other(please specify)

Q3. Are you satisfied with your salary?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q4. Do you think that an increase in salary will help you improve your performance through motivation?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q5. If your answer is no, then what do you think can help you to improve your own performance at work?

a)      Change in work environment

b)      Change of working times

c)      Decrease in working hours

d)     Increase in monetary and other benefits

e)      If other (please specify)

Q6. How would you rate your overall performance at work on a scale of ten?

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