Staff report that evaluations of supervisors are not comprehensive (inclusive of subordinates) and current evaluations vary widely on their measurement of supervisory skills. 

  • Non-supervisory employees have expectations of their supervisors and in other instances concerns around the expertise and capability of new supervisors/managers.
  • There is no mandatory practical training for supervisors.
  • The outlets for impactful feedback are either not well known or non-existent
  • Giving feedback presents a high level of risk and ownership on the non-supervisory employee.