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Employee Review Process

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Posted Date
Feb 26, 2019
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Virtual volunteer opportunity
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Employee Review Process
Impact statement
This project will save us $8,686 , allowing us to include 5 more students in our Summer Youth Leadership Program.

Project Details

What We Need
  • A documented process outlining how to administer a top-down, peer-to-peer, or a full 360 employee review process
  • A communication plan to share the process with others in the Organization to help them understand the approach and desired outcomes
  • Recommendations on tools that can be used to collect feedback (anonymous or identified) and organize quantitative and qualitative results
  • Best practices for rolling out the performance reviews, and coaching advice for managers and individual contributors
Additional Details

We're growing and need to get clearer about how each member of our team is doing, especially as we're assessing our needs and bringing on new staff. We haven't ever had a formal evaluation program, now might be the time to start.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have an employee handbook, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have job descriptions, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help

We're growing and need to formalize some of the information practices we've had, and introduce some (such as a more formal evaluation) that we've never had!

Project Plan

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Prep: Planning
  • The Volunteer Manager provides a summary of the Organization’s current organizational structure and review process
  • The Volunteer Manager outlines the Organization’s goals for the review cycle, desired cadence and any specific needs
  • The Professional provides a high-level recommendation for approach based on the inputs from the Volunteer Manager
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Milestone 1: Initial Process Design & Feedback
  • The Professional provides an initial process design outlining the questionnaire approach, general sequence of communications and meetings and suggested approach to collect the feedback (anonymously or identified)
  • The Volunteer Manager reviews the initial design and provides detailed feedback to the Professional
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Milestone 2: Finalizing Process & Roll-Out Strategy
  • The Professional follows up with a revised process design based on the Volunteer Manager’s feedback
  • The Professional outlines a communication roll-out strategy to announce and administer the review process with timelines and anticipated Q&A
  • The Professional provides final recommendations on tools to administer the survey and organize the results / feedback
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Milestone 3: Midpoint Check-In
  • The Volunteer Manager provides an update on the initial announcement of the review process and the progress thus far
  • The Professional provides feedback and advice to tune the process
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Milestone 4: Review Cycle Post-Mortem
  • The Volunteer Manager provides a summary of the immediate outcome of the review process
  • The Professional offers final feedback, takeaways, and recommendations for future review cycles
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About The Org

Our Mission

The mission of GlassRoots is to ignite and build the creative and economic vitality of greater Newark, with a focus on under-served youth and young adults, through the transformative power of the glass art experience.

What We Do

Since its founding in 2001, GlassRoots has engaged tens of thousands Greater Newark-area youth with its services, including its core Youth Entrepreneurship programs, student field trips and "art-for-art's sake" classes for the public.

We harness the fire and danger of glassmaking to engage area youth. Our students develop patience, teamwork, creative problem-solving, plus the discipline and resilience they need to safely work with 2200 degree fire and molten glass. They gain hands-on experience in chemistry, physics, and math. They become young entrepreneurs as they develop and market their products.
They join a vibrant community in which all learn from each other. Our young artists grow stronger each time they forge glass, and experience the power of their own creativity. Read more at https://www.glassroots.org/about-us.html See us in action at https://www.glassroots.org/glass-roots-in-action.html

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