Engagement Strategies: Employee Motivation Idea - Employee of the Year Selection

Here's a proposal for you to think about - how can you select the employee of the year for a team as fair as possible. Prepare an Excel file, include the names of the people in the teams, insert the criteria and give weights to each of them.

Here's a file you can use:

Take into consideration the following criteria:
- mid-year rating grade - rates from 1 to 5 were considered, 1 being the best, 5 the worst;
- annual rating grade - given in October so you can have the final Employee of the year selected by December.

Additional criteria:

Team Work
Employee consistently demonstrates the spirit of teamwork by offering support to fellow employees whenever a need arises for a collective effort in accomplishing a task or goal.  Employee takes a positive approach in interacting with fellow employees.

Employee is always on time for work, doesn't waste time on too long breaks, his colleagues and his manager can always trust that he/she will perform the activity he/she was entrusted with, will respect deadlines and will promote quality of work

Employee has developed an original idea or suggestion that has a positive effect on the operations, policy and/or procedure.  The end result of the idea or suggestion is a reduction in cost(s) to the operation or increased efficiency or accountability.

Personal development interest - Learning & Development
This criteria defines the person's interest in developing themselves, his/her interest in being part of trainings and in improving the knowledge

Employee conducts himself or herself in a manner consistent with the values and goals of the company.  Employee demonstrates an above average knowledge of their job responsibilities and delivers a high quality job performance and services.

Customer focus
Employee consistently recognizes and meets the needs and requirements of internal/external (where applicable) customers.  Employee demonstrates compassion in dealing with the customer, being mindful of how his or her attitude and actions are perceived.  Employees use problem-solving techniques, when necessary, to satisfy the customer’s needs and reflects a positive image of the institution.

Employee consistently uses a systematic approach to accomplishing his/her responsibilities, taking care to minimize errors.  Employee acknowledges and takes pride in ownership of the day-to-day processes for which he/she is responsible and utilizes initiative where necessary to meet overall goals.

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