Okay, I know I don’t blog here much any more, but I need to vent and this seems like a good and safe place to do it.
So what would you say if your supervisor put you on a “growth plan” because he’d given you a less than stellar evaluation? You might think there’s a reason for it — then again you might not. Someone I love is being harassed by the next person up the food chain and I happened to see the “growth plan” …
I would say that if someone is going to tell you how crappily (and yes, that is a word in my world) you do your job, they sure as heck ought not have SIX misspelled words on the FIRST page of the “growth plan” …. and this does not even take into account the poorly constructed sentences.
“Domins” (should be “domains”)
“evaulations” (should be “evaluations”)
“obsevations” (should be “observations”)
“deficiences” (should be “deficiencies”)
“competion” (should be “completion”)
“acitivities” (should be “activities”)
“quanity” (should be “quantity”) (on page two)
I can understand the occasional typo … I make them myself. But with the beauty of spell check, (and any secretary who’s worth half her pay) this is just inexcusable. In addition, the supervisor signed this … shame on him for not reading over what he signed … if he is such a GREAT educator, in a position to tell my loved one how much he needs to improve, he should never have let something like this leave his desk without correction.