Boards read Employee Evaluation Reports going back at least five years, or to the most recent promotion.
What does EER stand for?
EER stands for Employee Evaluation Report (US State Department)
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- Military and Government
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We have 79 other meanings of EER in our Acronym Attic
- Église Évangélique de Réveil (French: Evangelical Revival; Switzerland)
- Electrical Equipment Rack
- Electronic Educational Resource
- Electronic Electricity Repository
- Electronic Equipment Room (various organizations)
- Elevated Equipment Room (US military satellite communications)
- Eligible Existing Resources (US FEMA)
- Elvis Express Radio (Elvis Presley)
- Emerging Economic Region
- Emerging Energy Research (alternative energy)
- Employee Evaluation Review (various organizations)
- Employee Expense Report (Sprint)
- End-to-End Retransmission
- Endowment for Education and Research
- Energy Efficiency Ratio
- Engineering and Economic Research
- Engineering and Economics Research Systems
- Enhanced Early Retirement (various companies)
- Enhanced Entity Relationship (diagram; database design)
- Enlisted Evaluation Report
Samples in periodicals archive:
At the end of this cycle, the supervisor prepares a formal performance evaluation document, including an employee evaluation report, which is essentially narrative.
Their work requirement statements on employee evaluation reports (EERs), for example, underscore that they have to "plan, develop and implement programs," "oversee the operations," and "safeguard classified information.
Although the FS appraisal cycle does not conclude until April 15, 2012, many career candidate generalists whose annual rating cycle began on their arrival in their current post/position may soon be receiving Employee Evaluation Reports.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The regulations on the FS performance evaluation process bear the title "Performance Management," and perhaps that is why employees have generally thought of performance management only when it comes time to complete Employee Evaluation Reports.
Review panels should catch errors and inadmissible comments and provide an accountability statement if an employee evaluation report is late.
In particular, HR/PE organizes and administers the Selection Boards, drafts and negotiates the Core Precepts used by supervisors to evaluate performance and Procedural Precepts that guide the Selection Boards, provides training in Employee Evaluation Report preparation and counsels employees on evaluation problems.
Board members can now view Employee Evaluation Reports and other performance-related documents online.