Probationary Employment Evaluation Packet Super 5™ – Soft Copy Editable Template

Probationary Employment Evaluation Packet Super 5™ – Soft Copy Editable Template


How to Evaluate Probationary Employees Using the
Probationary Employment Evaluation Packet Super 5

This is a soft copy template saved in Word File and editable in Word Document.

This contains the sample terms, conditions, clauses, and provisions of the contracts described and the forms included.


See the Description below to view the Contents of this soft copy template.


One of the challenging aspects of monitoring the performance of a probationary employee is the establishment of performance ratings, metrics, or measures.


It is a settled rule that a probationary employee who was not apprised of the reasonable standards of performance to become regular employee is deemed regular from day one.
The same effect occurs for employees who have been with the company for at least six months and have not undergone performance evaluation. No matter how low did the probationary employee perform if the employer did not rate him with reasonable standards terminating the worker for failure to qualify is extremely risky.


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Thus, when dealing with probationary employees, the company should have:


  1. Reasonable standards
  2. Made known such standards at the time of engagement
  3. Performance measures
  4. Periodic evaluation
  5. Clear rating plan, form, and template


With the right tools, the life of the employer would be bearable and the risk minimized to manageable level.

It is indeed a nerve-wracking exercise to devise the reasonable standards from scratch. However, this is made easy by the new products of LVS Rich Publishing known as the Probationary Employment Evaluation Packet Super 5.


This new soft copy product provides the proposed standards required for probationary to perform to qualify as regular employee. There are metrics with ratings and weights. There is a sample evaluation form where the employee rates himself and his superior then an average of the two ratings is obtained.


The rating system covers Performance, Punctuality/Attendance, Behavior, Teamwork, and Initiative. The total weight is 100%. If the probationary receives an average weight below 75% in one month, it shall be deemed as failure to meet the standards which may be ground for dismissal based on failure to qualify. Of course the buyer of this product can change the weight and rates according to what is considered applicable and necessary.


Performance metrics representing 30% of the total weight is based on Business Knowledge, Output/Production, Resourcefulness, and Teamwork.
Punctuality/attendance is one of the tricky areas to measure. The template though considers this as already 100% of its weight. It is given 20% weight subject to deduction of 3% for every instance of tardiness and 4% for every instance of unauthorized absence.


Behavior is another matter of the same level of difficulty. To rate this, it is already pegged at 20% subject to deduction for every citation or violation of company rules, such as:


  • Written warning – less 2%
  • Stern warning – less 5%
  • Written reprimand – less 6%
  • 1-day Suspension – less 7%
  • Longer suspension – less 10%


As to Performance metrics, sample rating spread can be seen in the Performance Review Template Excel File under the “Performance Weights” Sheet.


The rating system provides the following:


Outstanding Performance (OP) – Highest performance rating Reserved for individuals who continually achieve outstanding results and utilize their abilities in making contributions beyond their primary areas of responsibility.
Commendable Performance (CP) – Performance is above the expected level for the position making contributions beyond expectations in completion of assignments.
Effective Performance (EP) – Performance consistently meets supervisory expectations of the position requirements in making a valuable contribution to the overall objectives of the Group.
Marginal Performance (MP) – Performance does not consistently meet normal expectations and position requirements, improvement is required.
Unacceptable Performance (UP) – Performance fails to meet normal expectations and position requirements. Termination should be considered unless improvement is demonstrated in a short period of time.


The buyer can Print Sheet 1 of the Performance Review Template Excel File entitled “Proby Metrics” Sheet as form in Performance Review where ratings shall be filled in. This will be used to tally the evaluation results based on performance metrics.


The Evaluation Packet comes with the Evaluation Guidelines file in Word document that will guide the user on how the evaluate the probationary employee using this product.


To further make this exercise easy, a sample evaluation of probationary employee is provided just to give the user a complete picture of how it will be done.


Upon purchase, the following files will be sent to the buyer’s email account from LVS’ Gmail Account:


  1. Contract of Probationary Employment for Daily Paid Employee (in Word document file)
  2. Description of the Contract of Probationary Employment for Daily Paid Employee (in Word document file)
  3. Evaluation Guidelines – Template (in Word document file)
  4. Performance Review Template (in Excel File)
  5. Sample Probationary Evaluation Template (in Word document file)


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