Performance Management Mid Year Review
This page contains important dates, links, and information for the mid year performance review cycle. Please see the Mid Year Performance Management HRLinks Steps page for guided instructions.
Mid year performance review important dates
|October 1, 2019||FY2020 performance cycle begins|
|March 27, 2020||Complete Draft of BU Level Specific Measures & Expectation Levels|
|April 3, 2020||Complete Draft of Duty Specific Measures & Expectation Levels|
|April 10, 2020||Finalize BU & Duty Specific Measures & Expectation Levels|
|April 27, 2020||OHRM Guidance on FY2020 Mid-year Review emailed to Supervisors and Employees|
|April 30, 2020||Finish updating Performance Plans in HR Links|
|May 18, 2020||Supervisor shares Midyear evaluation for employee review and acknowledgement|
|June 1, 2020||Mid-year Due Date FY2020. Supervisors and employees complete midyear in HRLINKs. Employees Acknowledge or Supervisor overrides.|
Mid year performance review quick links
|Create a new performance plan||We recommend creating a performance plan with the new TTS elements even if the employee has an existing FY20 plan|
|Clone a performance plan||Once a performance plan has been created, it can be cloned for multiple employees|
|Update an existing performance plan||For editing a new or existing FY20 plan|
|Add Leveraging Diversity||Required metric for Supervisors in FY20 plan|
|Employee checklist||Employee mid year performance management steps|
|Supervisor checklist||Supervisor mid year performance management steps. The “Direct Report Name” tab can be duplicated for each of your employees to help track review progress|
|HR Links||Submitting performance reviews|
|Fix HR Links Google Chrome Login Issue||Instructions for clearing HR Links site cache|
Union requirements for mid year performance reviews
- AFGE Union members: a rating is required for each critical element of the performance plan and you must also inform the employee whether his/her overall performance to date remains consistent with the summary rating received on the last annual rating of record.
- NFFE Union members: a rating is NOT required for each critical element but you must inform the employee whether his/her overall performance to date remains consistent with the summary rating received on the last annual rating of record. It is recommended that manager comments are documented in the GSA Elements Summary section in HR Links.
- Non-union employees: a rating and/or comments is not required.
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