I highly recommend that you prepare and submit to your supervisor a self-assessment in advance of your final 2015 PMAP discussion. This will convey in writing what you think your PMAP score should be and why. Not only helps your supervisor learn about all you accomplished during 2015, but assures that your opinion of your performance is part of your employee evaluation record. (Of course, save a copy of your self-assessment with your supervisor’s PMAP in your files to ensure it is not lost.)
Because your self-assessment becomes part of your PMAP, future supervisors or potential employers will see it. This is one way to make your voice heard.
This benefit was brought to us by NTEU through bargaining (2014 HHS-NTEU Consolidated Collective Bargaining Agreement, Article 30).
As always, I welcome your questions and comments.