Employee Performance Evaluation
Several association executives have provided sample employee performance
evaluation tools. These examples are aimed at evaluating employees ---
NOT the chief executive officer
ASAE reports on employee performance review in Policies and Procedures
in Association Management (2001).
• 92% of associations conduct some sort of periodic performance review of
• 83% conduct the employee evaluation on an annual basis.
Development of a satisfactory evaluation form is the first step in the process.
1. Develop an evaluation tool applicable to your organization and laws.
2. Identify performance measures.
3. Set a schedule for employee evaluation.
4. Determine the processes for the evaluation.
5. Consider outcomes, discipline, rewards, etc.
6. Determine safe record retention requirements.
This information is provided as samples and for considering or reviewing processes. It is
NOT legal, accounting, insurance or HR advice. It is important to contact
appropriate professionals before taking action.
The CEO usually has a more detailed evaluation conducted by the chief elected officer or a subgroup of
the board, utilizing a different set of performance measures and incorporating the organization’s strategic