Changes made to 2020 Valuation process

June 18, 2020  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

To support the needs of the organization as it navigates COVID-19, this year’s Valuation process has undergone a series of modifications. This effort has made the process more streamlined, allowing faculty and staff to focus their attention on keeping patients, families and colleagues as safe as possible.

The new form changes the overall rating guidelines for FY20, and in place of numerical ratings, responses will be a simple “yes” or “no.” There is still opportunity to have meaningful conversations about career and professional development, and future goal setting with your supervisor.

“Many staff members began the original FY20 Valuation process over the last several months, and if they are able, we strongly encourage them to continue using that,” said Brian Cole, associate director of learning and development. “However, we want to be cognizant that such a process may not be feasible during the pandemic, and we’ve made adjustments with that in mind.”

Please note, as per Michigan Medicine policy, all employees must have a completed evaluation on file each fiscal year, with the exception of those employees who started after March 1, 2020, due to the limited amount of time in their role.

This year’s deadline remains July 31. Any staff member who is currently on furlough and will not return until after the deadline should complete and turn in their valuation within 30 days of returning to work.

There are several resources available to faculty and staff on the Michigan Medicine Department of Human Resources website, including both versions of the Valuation, video tutorials and handouts.  Also, an informational webinar will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24, to provide an overview of the new Valuation and helpful tips to completing the form. Any Michigan Medicine employee who would like to learn and ask questions around the FY20 Valuation is invited to attend.

To register for the session, click here.

If you have further questions, please ask your supervisor.