Welcome to ePerformance This work procedure provides an introduction to the PeopleSoft ePerformance system and the basic navigation to a principal/manager’s Performance Documents. Included in this work procedure will be a description of certain key employee information that may be helpful to the manager when completing the employee evaluations. Transferring an Evaluation Document This procedure describes the steps necessary to transfer an employee’s performance evaluation document to another manager/evaluator using the PeopleSoft ePerformance module. BENTE Civil Service Annual Performance Evaluations This procedure describes the steps necessary to enter a civil service employee’s performance evaluation using the PeopleSoft ePerformance system. ASAR Civil Service Annual Performance Evaluations This procedure describes the steps necessary to enter an ASAR civil service employee’s performance evaluation using the PeopleSoft ePerformance system. Bypassing the Goal Setting Step This document describes the process to bypass the Goal Setting step of the APPR document. APPR with Part This procedure describes the steps necessary to enter a teacher’s performance evaluation using the new New York State approved APPR, 2011 Danielson Teachscape Rubric and the ePerformance module in PeopleSoft 9.1.For the 2011-2012 school year, the evaluation will consist solely of the teacher’s final evaluation document using the teacher-selected evaluation method. For the 2012-2013 school year and beyond, the evaluation process will include steps for goal setting, peer evaluation and formal observations, in addition to the final evaluation.
This procedure describes the steps necessary to enter an administrator’s performance evaluation using the evaluation rubrics documented in the CIAS Handbook and the ePerformance module in PeopleSoft 126.96.36.199 For the 2011-2012 school year, the evaluation will apply to all ASAR Certificated Administrators, including Principals, Assistant Principals, Athletic Directors, CASE’s, Program Directors and Central Office Directors, except for the 3 Principals (only) at the “Growth Schools” (East, Dr. Freddie Thomas and Montessori - School 53).For the 2011-2012 school year, the employee steps of Goal Setting and Self Evaluation will be skipped as only the final, manager evaluation is required to be in PeopleSoft for this school year. For the 2012-2013 school year and beyond, the employee steps will be required steps. Generally, the administrator being evaluated should have completed their self evaluation prior to the manager writing their evaluation
Performance Evaluation Review Process The Performance Evaluation Review process entails conducting a performance review meeting with each employee, the employee commenting on the review and acknowledging that the review has been held (in PeopleSoft), the manager entering his/her review meeting comments and the manager completing the evaluation.The examples shown in this document illustrate the Performance Evaluation Review process for a teacher. The process is similar for all District employees. Teacher Traditional Evaluation- Calculation Steps Job Aid This procedure describes the steps necessary to have the PeopleSoft system calculate the suggested evaluation rating for teachers who are using the Traditional 2004 Rubric. Summary Page Printing Enhancement This document describes the enhanced process to print the RCSD Composite Score or RCSD Overall Rating Summary page. This was not shared at the initial training, but created in response to requests made during the initial training. Employee Comments and Acknowledgement This work procedure describes the process for an employee to add comments to their performance document and to acknowledge that the review meeting with their management has been conducted. Clearing Browser History With the introduction of the upgraded PeopleSoft HCM 9.1 system, it is a recommended practice to clear the Internet Explorer browser’s cache. (NOTE: the browser’s cache helps to speed up your browsing experience by “remembering” the web pages that you have visited. However, that can sometimes cause a problem, particularly when the host application is upgraded, as was recently done with the PeopleSoft system, as the remembered pages may have changed or no longer exist. Clearing the browser’s cache removes all the “remembered” pages from the browser’s memory. The new cache will be “built” from scratch as you resume browsing. Initially after clearing the browser cache, the web pages may take longer to display than once they have been cached.)