Customize template

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Conducting employee and project evaluations online is easier than you think! Just take this job assessment form template and modify it to your heart’s content. There is no need for technical know-how; simply drag and drop fields such as text boxes, checkboxes, Likert scales and signatures. Even redesign the look and feel according to your inspiration. Then configure notifications and autoresponders to email the submissions to the individuals who need the record.

Publish template

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There are multiple ways to share the job assessment form with your staff. The first is to embed the form into page on the company website or intranet. Just copy and paste the embed link wherever it belongs. In addition, the form editor includes convenient shortcuts that let you share the form directly via email or social media. Whether your form is used on mobile devices or computers, it will look great and function smoothly thanks to its responsive design.

Collect & manage data

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Your online job assessment form can and does do more than send email. All submissions are securely stored and organized in a dedicated database hosted by 123FormBuilder. Just log back in whenever you wish to review evaluations or download them to Excel, CSV or PDF. Better yet, integrate with other online data management services you already use, including Dropbox, Evernote, Zendesk and Google Drive.

Optimize your flow

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It’s never too late to make the move to online forms for your evaluation process. It’s not only a way to go closer to green, it’s also a better way to maintain privacy from prying eyes that might stumble upon a misplaced paper. Furthermore, compiling an online database provides a useful history that helps you measure performance improvements and identify any recurring pain points. Finally, real-time email and SMS notifications facilitate teamwork by informing multiple team members and supervisors of evaluation results.

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