Orientation to Work: Use these sample phrases to craft meaningful performance evaluations, drive change and motivate your workforce.
Orientation to Work is the introduction that is given to a new worker whereby he is introduced to coworkers and given relevant information like schedules, performance standards, benefits and facilities, names of the supervisors, etc.
Orientation to Work: Exceeds Expectations Phrases
- Communicates the plan of the company to see tangible results in a clear, effective way
- Balances and satisfies the needs of all the relevant stakeholders
- Always achieves excellence in the end results as required by the company
- Readily identifies the desired results quickly without the management's input
- Proactively looks for ways to promote the team and the role that each takes in the team
- Addresses all the problems that rise in a proactive manner
- Always sees the big picture of each project and works hard to achieve the success
- Always a result-driven individual who is focused on what builds the company
- Confidently communicates decisions reached by the company clearly and effectively
- Always reliable, timely and efficient in making difficult work related decisions
Orientation to Work: Meets Expectations Phrases
- Stops personal or group emotions from clouding or taking over business judgment
- Stand up tall with confidence when making decisions that require much thought
- Display sound judgment when deciding on alternatives and choices for performance
- Gathers all the facts and gets inputs from others before making effective decisions
- Knows how to manage time and deal with performance problems effectively
- Carries a great ability to outline the pros and cons of each course of action
- With tight deadlines and budget constraints, remains highly decisive on the measures to take
- Always willing to work on activities that can affect the company with great caution
- Avoids personal confrontations in the workplace while looking for workable solutions
- Works at a comfortable pace that thoroughly analyzes all situations before handing a final solution
Orientation to Work: Needs Improvement Phrases
- Regularly needs administration input in regards to the results or end goals of tasks assigned
- Doesn't stay on top of issues mostly repeating problems that cause business disruption
- Doesn't communicate well on the understanding of the given tasks and desired results
- Always has a hard time understanding what the results should be and keeps questioning the management
- Does not appear to learn from previous mistakes thus keeps repeating them
- Always talks about others creating an environment that is not trustworthy
- Sticks to the company's policies without thinking outside the box
- Often makes decisions without weighing the possibility of alternatives from others
- Very difficult to deal with coworkers confrontations without taking sides
- Be a little less cautious and learn it is okay to make mistakes
Orientation to Work: Self Evaluation Questions
- Do you follow the company's policies in executing the tasks given?
- Are you able to plan on each day's goals and meet targets set by the company?
- How well do handle pressure and stress in the workplace?
- Do you deliver your work within the set deadlines or are you always making excuses?
- How well do you manage your time assigned for the tasks?
- Are you a fast learner or you need something repeated over and over again for you to understand?
- How well do you relate to your co-workers and management?
- Do you learn valuable lessons from your past mistakes and correct them?
- How do you deal with office confrontation and do you feel justice has been served right?
- Are you too hard on yourself when you make mistakes?