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Computer Sciences - Human Resources - Performance Management, PMDP System

All CS permanent Academic and University staff are required to take part in performance management with their supervisor.

The College of Letters and Science is utilizing a tool to administer and track performance reviews – the tool is called PMDP.

Here is a link to the Employee Page: https://pmdp.hr.wisc.edu. You can also get there through My UW>>PMDP tile. This is UW Net ID authenticated.

Here is a link to the Supervisor Dashboard: https://pmdp.hr.wisc.edu/Dashboard.aspx#. You can also get there through My UW>>PMDP tile. This is UW Net ID authenticated.

Here is a link to the supervisors and employee training manual from the L&S KB Administrative Gateway:

https://kb.wisc.edu/images/group86/shared/PMDPSupervisorandEmployeeTrainingforLS(2).pdf

From the manual, this tool is meant to track five performance activities:

  • Thirty Day Conversation
  • Midpoint Probation Conversation
  • Summary Probation Evaluation
  • Midpoint Conversation
  • Summary Evaluation

The thirty day and probation activities are for new employees only; midpoint and summary are for ongoing employees.

In general, the main steps for each evaluation are:

  1. Supervisor needs to create the correct type of performance activities for an employee.
  2. Supervisor begins performance evaluation for an employee.
  3. Employee may be asked via email (depending on type of evaluation) to complete the self-evaluation.
  4. Supervisor completes the evaluation.
Please note: this is meant to replace the previous paper versions of the performance reviews. For further information on PMDP, see link to L&S Administrative Gateway below.

Questions

If you have questions about performance management or PMDP, contact Lance Potter.

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Keywords:computer sciences cs comp sci human resources performance evaluation management review PMDP HR   Doc ID:78915
Owner:Lance P.Group:Department of Computer Sciences
Created:2017-12-26 16:12 CDTUpdated:2017-12-27 15:17 CDT
Sites:Department of Computer Sciences
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