At Hackensack Meridian Health, performance management is a key process to promote meaningful conversations to ensure that team members are receiving feedback related to their performance. Built into the process is the opportunity for you and your leader to identify ways to enhance your performance and grow your career. Performance management is a shared responsibility with your leader that includes: setting performance objectives linked to goals; establishing criteria against which criteria will be measured; and identifying areas for development.
2019 Self-Evaluations Have Launched!
We’re pleased to announce details for the 2019 performance evaluations in MySuccess. As usual, we rely on your support and cooperation to ensure the deadlines are met. You will receive an automated email notification once your self-evaluation is available. When completing evaluations in MySuccess, please remember to save often to avoid losing any work!
Thursday, January 16: Self-evaluations due
Friday, January 17: Executive evaluations due
Thursday, February 6: Performance evaluations due
If you haven’t already, please begin preparing for your self-evaluation by gathering documentation related to your 2019 performance and accomplishments. Self-evaluation is critical and sharing a detailed assessment of your own performance helps your Leader develop a full picture of your contributions and promotes a more meaningful discussion regarding your professional goals and opportunities for growth.
We will continue to communicate updates and post any new information on this page so please stay tuned!
Please note: This information is not applicable to the following populations: Physicians, Carrier Clinic, Alert/Statewide, Majestic and Quality Care Management. Physicians will receive their 2019 performance process/timeline in the near future.
Intro Form Team Member FAQs
Most HMH team members are eligible for an Introductory Evaluation if they are transfers or are newly hired.
- Physicians and Residents, Quality Care Management (QC1), School of Medicine, Carrier Clinic, Alert/Statewide and any entities not currently in PeopleSoft
Most HMH team members who change Job Codes or Departments would be considered transfers.
- 90 Days
- 120 Days
- 180 Days
- Must be hired prior to October 1st
Leaders and Per Diems?
- Must be hired prior to July 1st
*This applies to new hires
Yes, for example if you are hired or transfer in April, you’ll receive an Introductory evaluation at the end of your Introductory period, and you’ll receive an annual evaluation at the end of the year.
Generally the forms are due at the end of the Introductory time period, and the forms should be generated about 30 days prior to the end of the Introductory time period.
There are 4 main components:
- HMH Behaviors (Team Member or Leader)
- Job-specific Competencies
- Basic Verifications (license verification, mandatory education requirements, etc.)
- Overall Rating
Request from your immediate leader.
No, there is no self-evaluation on the Introductory form.
You will be able to view leader and feedback provider comments and ratings at the end of the Introductory evaluation process and prior to adding your signature.
Introductory and Annual evaluations are completed in MySuccess. MySuccess can be accessed following this path: MyWay PeopleSoft --> Quick Links for Team Members --> MySuccess
You should be logged in automatically as long as you are already signed into your computer.
The new hire evaluation period (including new hire transfers) can be extended in 30 day increments at leadership discretion in collaboration with Human Resources. However, the due dates on the form may not be able to be updated to reflect these extensions.
Team members with an Overall rating of “Does Not Meet” will be expected to improve performance and may be placed on Performance Improvement Plan (PIP).