To: Helen Burns, HR Director
Date: 11/7/13 Subject: Derrek Fryar’s Annual Performance Evaluation
As team manager, I am pleased to have this opportunity to give an annual performance evaluation for Derrek Fryar and suggesting a three percent raise to him. Based on Derrek Fryar’s performance from August 2012 to August 2013, a three percent raise is suited to encourage his future excellent performance, exceptional work ethic and contribution to the company.
Derrek Fryar’s education background and talent is an asset to our company. He graduated from Wharton Business School and he is really passionate about what he is doing. In the past one year, Derrek Fryar participated in fourteen marketing projects, and two of them got recognition in decision-making process. His unique perspective in providing ideas greatly benefits the team.
Derreck Fryar has great work ethic and he is really dedicated to his work. He only missed two team meetings and one missing is because he attended the new employee orientation. He is willing to work late to solve problems with his teammates anytime. An example is that he works hard to solve an emergency damage control for our important client.
Derreck Fryar is enthusiastic about marketing and he is eager to share his experiences to graduates of Wharton School of Business. Challenges
As a newly hired employee, Derrek Fryar needs to get involved every aspect within the company. Goal: Derreck Fryar should well communicate and collaborate with other teammates to be even more productive on the team.