Where are the PT scores?
All three airmen are NCOs of equal rank...who is worse off and how would you rate the following airmen?
- takes many college classes
works hard at primary duties and secondary duties
follows orders given by others but doesn't exactly lead at maintenance
ensures work center meets TO standard in AF database system but the consequence to that is that the Airman is seen at the computer a lot
has only taken 2 PME course (not official) in one year.
Volunteered minimally at base level activities off duty.
Is involved with base organizations and organizes both squadron and base level morale events/activities.
Sometimes has to take time off to help family but has no paperwork in one year
met all standards met in initial feedback...EPR close rating...4
- volunteers 35 of the 52 weekends out of the year for both the base and local community
sits behind a desk to do primary duties which are mostly admin and is not question openly about computer work
does not get involve in maintenance unless there is an emergency or critical outage but tells people what maintenance to do
has squadron level additional duties (including training manager)
is involved in AF level professional organization
squadron Safety/SABC/CPR representative.
No paperwork at all...EPR closeout rating...5
-does not volunteer unless told to do so (mostly during the duty day)
took 3 college classes in one year
does minimal work during duty day, performs maintenance and goes home
work accomplish is average at best
co-workers do not have confidence in Airman
is not involved in squadron or base activities/organizations unless told or force to get involved
has some issues that required paperwork
assisted in completing a project...EPR closeout rating...5
Where are the PT scores?
When things go wrong in your command, start searching for the reason in increasingly larger concentric circles around your own desk.
-GEN Bruce C. Clarke
I'll bite. Are the three NCO's supervised by different people? Do they work in the same area? If they are supervised by different people and work in a the same area why is #3 rated higher than #1?
Airman 1, 86
Airman 2, 76
Airman 3, 94
There is also Airman #4 who mirrors #1 but the two things that make that Airman different is #4 took less college courses and he volunteered two more events. Additionally, he won Performer of the month by default (he was the only name submitted to the squadron when asked for a name). So naturally, he gets a 5.
All the information posted is the best information avaliable for the situation. When you work in a small shop of 8, you pretty much know what goes on with everyone and why they're getting in trouble or being rewarded.
Not sure why else you would be posting this if you weren't the one who got screwed.
How does 1, 2, or 3 know what each other received on their EPR???
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