Employee Performance Survey

A survey which is framed or drafted by companies or organisations with the aim of knowing about the overall performance level of its employees and the factors that affect their performance at work is known as an employee performance survey. These surveys are really effective in letting the employers know how they can improve the performance of the employees and what needs to be done to motivate them to do better. To help you get a better idea of the same, we have a sample of an employee performance survey given below.

Sample Employee Performance Survey:

Name of the employee:

Mobile number of the employee:

Email address of the employee:

Department name of the employee:

Job position of the employee:

Kindly answer the following employee performance questions in the spaces that have been allotted to you. Please answer all the questions.

Q1. Are you able to complete the work or tasks given to you on time?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q2. How do you handle pressure situations and deadline situations?

a)      I am calm and relaxed

b)      I get nervous and anxious

c)      I increase by working speed

d)     I devote more hours to my work

Q3. How do you think you have performed at work during your working tenure?

a)      Excellent

b)      Good

c)      Average

d)     Not good

Q4. Have there been positive changes in your performance level lately?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q5. If yes, then what d you think is the reason or these changes?

a)      Increase in salary

b)      Increase in support from seniors

c)      Change in work environment

d)     Easy schedule and flexible timings at work

e)      Other(please specify)

Q6. Does office politics affect your work in a negative way?

a)      Yes

b)      No

c)      Sometimes

Q7. Would you like to add anything to help us evaluate your performance?

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