Roles in a performance review process

Modified on Wed, 20 Sep, 2023 at 12:14 PM

In a performance review process, there are different roles that users can play and that will also depend on the current stage of the process.

While process administrators and managers will always have access to the performance review process they were assigned to regardless of being participants of it or not, common users will only have access to it and see it as long as they fall into one or more of the available roles.

Available roles

Reviewer (managers and others)Any participant assigned to assess another participant in any review category or to assess themselves through a self-review. 
Reviewee (employees)Any participant that will be assessed in any category, including those who will assess themselves through self-reviews.
VerifierAny participant assigned to verify the list of reviewers of a participant. They can be their manager/leader or a third-party not related at all to the reviewee.
ValidatorAny participant assigned to validate reviews done by one or more reviewers or to one or more reviewees. They can accept or reject finished reviews and delay the Feedback stage.
CalibratorAny participant assigned to calibrate the results of a participant, department or calibration group. They can modify final results and other assessment details.
CoordinatorAny participant assigned to coordinate the assessment of one or more reviewee by registering interviews and comments. 

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