This year’s cycle of the University’s annual review scheme commences now, with annual review meetings taking place between January and the end of April 2014. Once again, this year there are no changes to the process.
The timetable for annual review, details of training available and downloadable annual review forms are all available on the Learning and Development Centre website.
What is annual review?
In the University’s annual review scheme, every member of staff is entitled to a meeting with their designated reviewer, once a year, to discuss:
- their role
- their achievements in their role
- their objectives for the coming year
- any training and development needs
- their career and role aspirations.
Who takes part?
All staff are expected to take part in annual review apart from these groups, all of whom have existing review schemes:
- Staff in their probationary period
- Campus and Commercial Services Group and Estates
- Clinicians at Warwick Medical School.
Staff on fixed term contracts should be offered a review meeting unless they are within the last four months of their contract. Colleagues in this situation will have regular consultation meetings with their supervisor/line manager until the contract ends, in accordance with the University’s Fixed Term Contract procedure. There is no requirement for a separate, additional, annual review meeting to be organised in these circumstances.
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