|Pre-requisites: GoMBC Employee Role
GoMBC Employee Role
Where Can I Find My Documents?
Navigate to all your Current Documents for this rating cycle from the Main Menu or by choosing a document category from the Dashboard.
The Current Documents area organizes documents into Reviews (EPRs), Performance Improvement Plans, and Appeals. You can easily view the status of any of your performance documents or take actions to see more details.
To view any document, select the action button from the Action column. Hover over the action buttons for a description.
My Current Documents shows reviews, PIPs, and Appeals for the current performance year.
*This icon will alert you to documents that need urgent attention.
This section holds current Annual Work Plans (AWPs) and Employee Performance Reports (EPRs), showing summary data for each document. They will be available here until finalized.
Status tracks the document's progress through the rating cycle and its approval process.
Period is the Annual (for the full rating cycle) or Interim period covered by the EPR.
Rating Supervisor names your rating supervisor for this document.
Start Date and End Date mark the interval covered by the performance review.
Actions direct you to View the document and make updates when prompted or view the printable JF-50D.
Performance Improvement Plans
This section lists any Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs) you are participating in.
Status tracks the plan's progress through the PIP process.
Rating Supervisor names the rating supervisor that created the PIP.
Start Date and End Date mark the interval covered by the plan.
Actions direct you to View the plan and make updates when prompted.
If you've lodged an Appeal against your scored EPR, you'll find it listed here.
Status tracks the document's progress through the appeal process.
Rating Supervisor names the rating supervisor for the EPR that is in the appeal process.
Actions direct you to View the appeal and make updates when prompted.
*Find documents faster using the Global Filter for each document type. Search for any listed criteria, such as employee name, document status, or assigned roles.