THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
HUMAN RESOURCES AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OFFICE
Today's Date: UMH Environmental Svcs - DAYS (313427 )
Staff Member: FORM MUST BE RETURNED
Employee ID : TO HRAA OFFICE
BY REVIEW DATE
Classification: ( )
Evaluation: COMPLETION OF AFSCME PROBATIONARY PERIOD
Return this form to: The appropriate records department. MCHRD or HRRIS
Under Paragraph 101 to 111 of the AFSCME Agreement an AFSCME employee is a 'Probationary Employee'
the first three months of employment. The pay rate of the employee will be increased to the
'Job Rate' at the beginning of the first pay period following completion of the probationary period.
During the probationary period, it is important to determine whether the individual demonstrates the
skills and abilities necessary for continued service with your department and the University. If the
individual is not meeting the requirements of the job, corrective action should be taken prior to the
completion of the probationary period. Counsel and assistance in handling this situation are available
from the Employee Relations or Staff and Union Relations section of the Human Resources and
Affirmative Action Office.
The following evaluation and recommendation concerning the staff member listed above should be
1. A_______ Staff Member is not able to meet requirements of position.
B_______ Staff Member shows promise, but must make more progress in certain areas.
C_______ Staff Member is making satisfactory progress.
2. If you checked 1A or 1B, list areas on the back of this form in which Staff Member's progress has not
been satisfactory and consult with your Personnel Representative from the Employee Relations or
Staff and Union Relations section of the Human Resources and Affirmative Action Office.
This evaluation was discussed with employee on ______________
__________________________ _________________ ___________________________________
SUPERVISOR'S SIGNATURE DATE EMPLOYEES'S SIGNATURE
The staff member's signature which is required, indicates that the staff member has
reviewed this form. It does not necessarily imply agreement with the evaluation.