Is it ok to give your supervisor a performance evaluation?
Our supervisor is required to evaluate the performnce of the employees once a year. However, we do not give an evaluation of our supervisor. Is it ok to give our supervisor the same evaluation he/she gives us? Or is it better to tell our supervisor what we think of him/her as a manager/supervisor?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Sure, I'm a supervisor and I would love to hear from my employees, I want to know what I'm doing right and what I could do to make their job easier, since they do the same for me! Without them I wouldn't have a job...
- 1 decade ago
Ha! Bren needs a raise! It's o.k. to give your supervisor a personal evaluation. A person is a Supervisor because they are above others, meaning they usually know thier stuff... so what ever employees have to say doesn't really matter.. unless it is a good suggestion.... he he he
- 1 decade ago
You should definitely give your supervisor an evaluation if she or he asks for it. Dont' just randomly give one to her/him and expect the best response. And Dee, I think you're a great supervisor. Kind, fair, generous......by the way, I need a raise.
- fancynameLv 61 decade ago
Only if you want to make your life living hell. You never EVER critique a supervisor. Only tell the good stuff. That person has way too much power over you. If unasked, do not offer any evaluation. This is not your place at all.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
No supervisor wants honest feedback from their subordinates. The ones that say they do live in a fantasy world where everything is wonderful. If not asked, don't do it; if asked, go with sterile comments that can't be held against YOU. And don't believe anything is anonymous.
- Lonnie PLv 71 decade ago
That's why it's called a 'corporate food chain.' The little fish gets eval'd by the big fish, and the big fish gets eval'd by the bigger fish. As a lead, my supervisor did ask me for input to his performance, but it was not an eval, per se. It was only recommendations as to how I felt he could do better.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- ibeboatinLv 51 decade ago
Don't ever tell a supervisor what you really think of him/her.
- PRSLv 61 decade ago
Not a good idea. In fact it is a very BAD idea. Unless your company asks you to do so (some do) it would be considered very presumptuous at the very least and at the worst insubordinate.
- queendebadowLv 51 decade ago
I agree with you, But they are in charge so keep quiet. A negative comment could mean your job.