2019-2020 Survey Assessment Cancelled: Due to the focus on the COVID-19, there will be no 360-degree survey assessment done for the 2019-2020 evaluation period.
360 Survey is an anonymous online survey completed by evaluators selected by the executive/managerial (E/M) employees and the E/M’s supervisor. The University seeks to obtain input from the subordinates, peers and constituents of its academic and administrative leaders to comprehensively assess their performance. Feedback is considered by the E/M’s supervisor during the annual evaluation process and used to provide guidance and strengthen the individual’s leadership and professional abilities.
Please be advised that, there is no identifiable connection between your login information and your assessment responses. The responses are submitted and stored separately from the login information and, therefore, it will not be possible to identify a person’s response.
Once you click on the “PAU!” button at the end of this survey, you will not be able to change or delete your responses.
Related Policy: EP 9.212 Executive/Managerial Classification and Compensation
Receive Survey Participation Email
To begin the survey, click on the URL in the 360 E/M assessment email sent to you.
If You Are Selected to Evaluate Multiple E/Ms:
You are asked to complete an assessment of each of the executives in the drop down list. Please select one of the executives from the list to begin the process.
On the next screen, confirm name of E/M.
If You Are Selected to Evaluate One E/M:
Continue reading below.
The Survey Rating Scale
You are asked to rate the E/M’s qualities on a scale from 1 below expectations to 7 exceeds expectations. Your feedback is considered by the designated administrator for the annual evaluation and used for development purposes.
Not Applicable: Choose “NA” (Not Applicable) if you feel you are not able to complete that assessment.
Rating score of 2 or below: If a score of 2 or below is given, we would appreciate your comments on areas that should be addressed. Additional comments may be added in the “comments” box located at the end of the survey.
Comments: Additional comments may be added in the “comments” box located at the end of the survey.
Finish Survey – “PAU!”
To complete the survey:
After clicking on the “PAU!” button at the end of the survey, your responses will be anonymously stored and you will be unable to return at a later time to change or delete your responses. DO NOT click “PAU” button for an incomplete E/M survey.
To leave the survey and return at a later date:
You may terminate the survey at any time and log back in at a later date to complete the survey. However if you exit before completing and submitting the survey, your responses will not be saved. Therefore, when you return to this survey you will need to start over at the beginning.
To Evaluate Another E/M
Click the Next button to continue to the next E/M survey or click the original URL from the email to select another E/M.
UH System Office of Human Resources
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: Office of Human Resources, (808) 956-8458, Mon-Fri 7:45am-4:30pm (Excluding State Holidays)
The 360 surveys are optional, if you do not feel comfortable responding, please do not feel obligated to participate.
The comments may be summarized and shared with the executive and managerial employees who understand that it should be kept highly confidential.
No, the system was designed to ensure confidentiality therefore, there is no identifiable connection between your login information and your assessment responses.
The responses are submitted and stored separately from the login information and, therefore, it will not be possible to trace back to an evaluator’s response.
Once you click on the “PAU!” button at the end of this survey, you will be unable to return at a later time to change or delete your responses.
You are still eligible to participate in the 360 Survey, however, if you do not feel you have interacted sufficiently with any of the listed E/Ms or do not feel comfortable responding to the survey, please do not feel obligated to participate.