What goes on an EPR?

What goes on an EPR?

An EPR is simply the documenting of a person’s performance for a specific length of time -usually a year. All large organizations have a method to rate and record the performance of their employees and the AF Form 910 is the Air Force’s method.

What is LC EPR?

James Coleman‎Air Force Personnel Center Currently, EPR ratings show LC which denotes (L) Exceeded most if not all Expectations and (C) Not Stratified regardless of stratification level.

How does EPR work USAF?

The Air Force uses EPRs to evaluate the performance of enlisted personnel both on and off duty, typically on an annual basis. The reports, normally written by the member’s supervisor with input from other unit leaders, are often time-consuming and cumbersome to complete.

How many points is a must promote EPR?

The next 15 percent of senior airmen, and 10 percent of staff and tech sergeants, can receive a “must promote” rating, which yields 220 points. The next three ratings — “promote,” “not ready now,” and “do not promote” — will get an airman 200, 150 and 50 points respectively, but there will be no limits on those.

How much is a promote EPR worth?

If an Airman has only two promotion-eligible EPRs, then the top EPR is worth 60 percent of the weighted EPR points and the bottom EPR is worth 40 percent. For Airmen with only one promotion eligible EPR, it is worth 100 percent of their weighted EPR points.

What does PR mean on EPR?

ePR stands for electronic PR (public relations) and is also known as online public relations or digital PR.

What is a bullet point examples?

Bullets are most commonly used in the English language to highlight key points in a vertical list. Bullets are used in place of numbers when the order of the items in the list is not important. Other common bullet choices include squares (filled and open), diamonds, dashes and checkmarks.

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