Introduction to Annual Review
from the Vice Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift:
"The Annual Review meeting is your chance to talk openly to your reviewer about your role, your work and your aspirations. The emphasis is on a positive and constructive dialogue between reviewees and reviewers.
One of the key aims of the University is to develop mechanisms which better reflect group and individual and group performance and which actively contribute to the development of staff. At the heart of this aim is the University’s commitment to ensuring that all staff participate in a review of their performance and development needs.”
- What is Annual Review?
- Annual Review Timetable
- Annual Review Schedule for HODs and Senior Staff Reviewing Structure
- Online Training
- What to do before the meeting
- What to do after the meeting
- Annual Review Forms
Annual Review does not include some staff in the Campus and Commercial Services Group and Estates (who use the Jobtalk scheme for grades 1&2 and the competence based document for grades 3 and above) or Clinicians at the Medical School (who use the NHS process). In addition, staff on probation do not take part in annual review and have their own robust review process. Staff on long term leave, including study, parental or long term sick are also not expected to take part until they have returned from leave.