At what point can a user see his/her review?

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Melissa Seymour

04 Dec, 2013 08:46 PM

Hello,

We are three-tiered > basic staff, management, and executives. We want the management to review individual staff members, and have those reviews approved by the executives. I believe this is doable using the manager approval process option, which we have turned on. My question is, at what point will the review become viewable to the staff person being reviewed? Is it once the executive approves the review? Or is there a separate publish step that allows the review to become viewable by the staff person? (We don't want staff to be able to see their until we meet to discuss it formally.)

Thank you!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Support Staff on 06 Dec, 2013 07:10 AM

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    Hi Melissa

    The way Manager Approval works is that whenever a staff is reviewed by
    anyone, the evaluation first goes to the employee's default manager. In
    this case, the staff sees the evaluation only after it is approved.

    Unfortunately at this point, there is no way to have a staff review
    approved by someone other than their assigned manager. The only way to loop
    the executives in on an employee's review (before showing it to the
    reviewee) would be to have the manager save the review as draft rather than
    submitting it and then saving a pdf copy of it using the print icon on the
    review page. The pdf can be emailed to executives and once they agree/use
    it in the staff meeting, the review can be submitted.

    Also, a manager can edit and re submit his review of a staff. So any
    changes suggested even after the review has been submitted, can be made by
    the manager.

    Hope this helps. Let me know if you have more questions.

    Thanks.

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