The online form has the following benefit to both supervisors and employees:
EDRS Manager is located on the Division of Human Resources webpage/ Career Development.
Online tutorials for employees have been created, along with a step-by-step Guide for supervisors and employees. This tutorial and guide are available on the EDRS webpage.
Yes. The conversation between an employee and their supervisor is an important part of the EDRS process, and EDRS Manager does not replace it. EDRS is simply a tool to capture information and help facilitate these discussions.
EDRS Manager plans can be viewed by the employee and their upward line management.
Stages 1-3: Pre-approval – Approved
Stage 1 is Pre-approval, where an employee develops their plan. When the employee is ready for the supervisor to review the plan, the employee submits the plan, Stage2, Ready to Approve.
Once the EDRS conversation takes place, the employee and supervisor move the plan to Stage 3, Approved. An employee now works on their plan throughout the year.
Stage 4-5: Ready to Finish - Finished
When the plan is coming to an end, the employee and supervisor meet to discuss the final plan, which is Stage 4, Ready to Finish. Once the final discussion has occurred, the supervisor moves the plan to Stage 5, Finished.
If your position has not been updated on the list in EDRS Manager then let us know, by clicking "Support" in the top right corner of EDRS Manager.
You can change the supervisor of your plan. View your plan, then click the "Edit" button to the right of the Setup section. Your plan can be at Stages 1-3 for you to be able to do this.
You should make an EDRS plan for each position. When you are creating a new plan, you can choose which of your positions the plan applies to, and the relevant supervisor. If your supervisor does not appear on the list then you can search for your supervisor by clicking ‘Other’.
As many as makes your plan the most useful to you. This tends to be between 3 and 5 work objectives and 3 and 5 development objectives, focusing on the things that are most important.
When work and development objectives are created, they sit with an individual, and not a position. Your supervisor can assign team objectives, and you can create this new team objective in EDRS Manager.
When you access EDRS Manager, you will be able to select ‘view my plans’. Every previous plan will appear in the listing.
An attribute is defined as a skill, knowledge, ability or behavioral characteristic that is associated at work in various roles. The attributes are drawn from the CSU capability framework and are designed to help set development objectives.
At this stage, only you can view your self-assessment, unless you choose to show it to someone such as your supervisor. Your supervisor and their upward line management are able to see a summary of self-assessment scores, not your individual scores.
Yes. When you are looking at your plan overview use the printing facilities that are provided by your browser.
Yes. To save a copy of your plan, ask your browser to print as a pdf file.