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Annual Performance and Development Plans due this month

Performance and Development Plans should be completed during January for all administrative and staff employees of the university.

The forms and processes are the same as last year, and on-line copies of the forms can be downloaded at http://pdp.byu.edu. You can also obtain the printed forms by calling Human Resource Development at ext. 8-5011.

Supervisors should return a copy of the completed forms to D-276 ASB by Feb. 15.

Informational briefings for the Performance and Development Plan will be hosted by Human Resource Development and offered on the following days:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 13, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. in 3223 WSC.

  • Thursday, Jan. 22, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in 3222 WSC. These sessions are open to anyone in a supervisory position. No registration is necessary.

    If you have any questions, please contact Matt Smith at matt_smith@byu.edu or by phone at ext. 8-5885.

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