Employee Review Process

Help unCommon Construction develop a light-weight and reusable performance review process that will help strengthen their team through honest and supportive feedback.
unCommon Construction
New Orleans, LA, USA
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New Orleans, LA, USA


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Posted April 13th

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Employee Review Process

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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

Cycles for feedback is a big part of our organization. While it's embedded as a central teaching tool in our high school apprenticeship program and we still have work to do to attain clarity and consistency for supportive and actionable feedback loops at the staff and board level.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a common language and platform to base it on,, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have experience and examples of previously used feedback systems, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $8,686 , allowing us to support our team and organization in becoming more effective so we can offer better incentives and compensation in order to retain them and support their continued growth.

unCommon Construction relies on staff's ability to maintain and model professionalism, collaboration, and a spirit of teamwork in all aspects of our work. As such, staff evaluations are based on the same MHA Labs framework that creates the foundation for our program culture, and are based upon the same expectations used to evaluate high school apprentice technical, professional and leadership development.

Project Plan

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
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
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
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
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

unCommon Construction
Posted by
Aaron F.

Executive Director

Our Mission

unCommon Construction uses the build process to empower youth with the skills, network, resources, and experience to lead the workforce after high school or college.

What We Do

Through unCommon's high school apprenticeship program, students from different schools apply to join a diverse team to earn hourly pay and school credit for building a house in a semester. Upon the sale of each home, apprentices also earn a matching "Equity Award" scholarship for further education, industry certifications or the tools they need for a full-time job. With 100+ hours of experience in a real-world learning environment per semester, apprentices develop skills and relationships that last as long as the house they use to do so.

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