Performance review reviewed, deemed flawed but unbiased

Nunavut employee disagrees with evaluation
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 08/24/2015

An employee of the Nunavut government disagreed with her performance evaluation, and the union said the process was counter to the collective agreement.

Laudeline Atienza had worked as a physician recruiter for two years under three supervisors. While the first two did not conduct formal evaluations, the third did so in October 2013. The latter manager said he had received complaints about the department, and wanted to address the matter specifically through the appraisal process.

Atienza’s evaluation was not good, and she disagreed with many of her new manager’s concerns. As such, she left work early, immediately after the meeting, on account of stress.