Performance Review for Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and the Senate

WORK PRODUCT — The quality and quantity of work produced by the employee/s.

Poor:

· Has made frequent errors that are harmful to the country’s operations.

· The President/Public have received numerous complaints about the quality of work.

· The quality of work produced is unacceptable.

· Does not complete required work.

Insubordinate — refuses to complete assigned tasks.

DEPENDABILITY — Being where he/she should be doing what he/she is supposed to do.

Poor:

· Often calls in to work without prior approval, resulting in excessive unscheduled absences.

· Leaves the work area unattended to run personal errands.

· Is frequently late to work

· Frequently leaves work early.

COOPERATIVENESS — Working with people.

Poor:

· Projects an attitude of superiority that turns off other employees.

· Not cooperative and frequently criticizes others.

· Displays excessive negativity when working with others.

ADAPTABILITY — Adjusting to change.

Poor:

· Usually needs direct supervision, even for mundane and everyday tasks.

· Is not able to think independently or to deal with unexpected occurrences.

· Gets flustered in unusual situations.

· Does not always make the best decisions to fit the situation.

COMMUNICATION — Giving and receiving information.

Poor:

· Reports, forms, memos and correspondence are often completed late or not at all.

· Uses a condescending tone when talking to others in the office.

· The President and the public have received a few complaints about contradictory or bad information being given out by the employee.

· Messages are often unclear or incomplete.

DAILY DECISION MAKING/ PROBLEM SOLVING — Thinking on the job.

Poor:

· Frequently comes to the wrong conclusions and assumes things.

· Did not make sure that all subordinates were productive at all times, which is a daily requirement of this job.

Needs Improvement:

· Needs to develop analytical skills necessary to weigh options and choose the best way to deal with situations.

· Spends too much time focusing on less important aspects of daily job.

SERVICE TO CLIENTS/PUBLIC

Poor:

· Frequently rude and impolite.

· Demonstrates poor customer relation skills.

· Frequently carries on personal conversations in person or on the phone while clients and customers wait.

Needs Improvement:

· Gets annoyed with clients who ask too many questions.

· Frequently forgets to follow through on customer requests.

· Forwards any complaints or problems to supervisor immediately.

PROJECT PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION

Poor:

· Work projects have suffered from lack of follow-through.

· Important documentation for projects has been lost or destroyed erroneously.

· Does not plan ahead to meet work deadlines.

Needs Improvement:

· Does not keep supervisor informed of potential problems as they arise.

· Project plans are poorly designed.

· Project plans are not carried out as assigned or on time.

WORK GROUP MANAGEMENT

Poor:

· Dictates to others rather than involving them in the decision-making.

· Has reduced subordinates to tears.

· Yells and screams at subordinates.

Needs Improvement:

· Assumes others should know what to do and how to do it with little or no training.

· Frequently becomes impatient when things aren’t done their way.

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