Find out the content and the template of an employee 90 day evaluation form.

Employee 90 day evaluation form template

The 90-day evaluation for new employees is important since it provides feedback to the employee on how they have performed, what they are doing well and what they need to change. It also provides a time for the manager to establish if an employee fits on the job or not, clarify goals, provide feedback and build their relationship with the employee. The evaluation helps the employee to improve their performance.

Contents in a 90 day employee evaluation form

Employee details. This is the first section which contains the name of the employee, department and job title. It also has the date of the evaluation, period of appraisal and the manager or supervisor doing the evaluations.

Rating scale. This section outlines the rating scale used to rate the employee on various competencies. The five point rating scale is commonly used. It has outstanding, exceeds expectations, meets expectations, partially meets expectations and unsatisfactory rating.

Evaluated competencies. These are the competencies that the employee is evaluated and rated and can include job performance, productivity, interpersonal relations, creativity, punctuality, dependability, communication skills and personal development.

Goals section. Here the employee and the manager agree on the goals for the next review period. The goals should help to improve job performance and support the objectives of the company. They should also be specific, measurable, achievable, based on results and time specific.

Signature section. The employee and the manager or supervisor should append their signatures here. It should also have space for their comments.

Sample 90 day evaluation form



Previous review date



Next review date

Rating Scale

Outstanding. Employees’ performance is superior to what is expected on the job.

Exceeds expectations. The performance is in most cased above what is expected on the job.

Meets expectations. The performance meets job expectations most of the time.

Partially meets expectations. The performance meets some of the job expectations.

Unsatisfactory. The performance is inferior and poor to job expectations, and it should be discontinued.

Evaluation competencies


Job performance. Employees work is accurate, thorough and neat.

Productivity. Produces high-quality work of high volume.

Interpersonal relations. Is considerate and tactfully deals with colleagues and managers.

Initiative. Solves problems creatively and uses new procedures.

Dependability. Completes tasks on time.

Communication skills. Has clear writing and oral communication skills

Personal development. Utilizes opportunities for professional growth and tries to improve on job-related competencies.

Teamwork. Works well with colleagues, supervisors, and subordinates.


Set goals for the coming year. These should be related the objectives of the company.




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