Appraisal Reviewer can find their Appraisals to review from this Appraisal Review List
Click the Review button to review the Appraisals that the status is Released to Reviewer
Click the Save button if you wish to save the existing Appraisal if the Ratings or Comments are not yet completed. After the Appraisal is save, the status become In Review.
Click the Release to Employee button if the Ratings and Comments are completed and ready for Employee Feedback. Release to Employee button is available only if the check-box option Required Employee Feedback in the Appraisal Template is checked. After released to Employee, the Appraisal is unable to edit anymore.
Click the Release to Feedbacker button if the Ratings and Comments are completed and ready for Feedbacker Feedback. Release to Feedbaker button is available only if the check-box option Required Feedbacker Feedback in the Appraisal Template is checked. After released to Feedbacker, the Appraisal is unable to edit anymore.
If both Required Employee Feedback and Required Feedbacker Feedback is not checked, Submit button will be available. And the Appraisal will flow to HR after submission. After Submission, the Appraisal is unable to edit anymore and the Appraisal will flow to HR for overall evaluation.
Overall Rating Formula
Total Score = 5 x Weights x Number of Performance Factor (e.g. 10 Performance Factors and all Weights are defined as 1, Total Score become 50)
Score of each Factor = Rating (Excellent = 5, Good = 4, Satisfactory = 3, Fair = 2, Poor = 1) x Weights of that Performance Factor. (e.g. all 10 Performance Factors are Good and all Weights are defined as 1, Sum of the Score of each Factor = 4 x 10 x 1 = 40)
Overall Rating = Sum of the Score of each Factor / Total Score x 100% (e.g. 40 / 50 = 80%)
The Weights defined in Appraisal Template will affect the weighting of this Performance Factor to calculate the Overall Rating. The higher the value of the Weights, the higher the importance of this performance factor. (See Overall Rating Formula in Appraisal Review)
When Allow N/A Rating is checked when defining Appraisal Template, an additional option (other than Excellent, Good, Satisfactory, Fair, Poor) N/A will be available on the Appraisal form for this Performance Factor. If the reviewer selected N/A for this Performance Factor, the Ratings of this Performance Factor will not be counted to the Overall Rating.
p.s. To enable Appraisal Review in Employee Portal, check the Enable Appraisal Review in Employee Portal Setup, Appraisal tab