Work Evaluations

A work evaluation is a process of analyzing objective observations of work behaviors, physical capacities, work habits and functional skills to determine vocational options and interventions. Observations may come from specific job settings or a variety of work situations.

Objective observation of work behaviors include:

  • Response to supervision
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Physical capacities and job tolerance
  • Quantity and quality of work
  • Ability to utilize criticism and instruction
  • Attendance and punctuality
  • Co-worker relationships
  • Initiative
  • Safety awareness and practices
  • Communication skills
  • Accepting of job assignments
  • Problem solving/decision making skills
  • Application of functional skills
  • Mobility
  • Use of accommodations or job site modifications
  • Transportation accessibility
  • Acceptable personal appearance and dress
  • Attitude and acceptance of responsibility
  • Identify and know similarities between skills and tasks
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