Represented Employee Performance Home>Career>Performance Management>Represented Employee Performance What You Need to Know Performance management at Sandia is a critical business process. It ensures you understand your assignments, documents your training needs, and helps you set goals. The process also encourages an ongoing conversation between you and your manager about your work and development needs. Table of contents Represented Employees’ Performance Enhancement Process (REPEP) Performance management for represented employees is called REPEP. REPEP applies for regular Sandia employees who are members of: Metal Trades Council (MTC) Office & Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU) Security Police Association (SPA) You document your goals and results in ePerformance, following your union’s collective bargaining agreement. Back to top chevron-up REPEP Steps and Dates The 2023 performance year runs from November 1, 2022 through November 30, 2023. Date Activity 11/01/2022 Rating period begins and employees input goals for the upcoming rating year 01/31/2023 Managers approve goals by this date 04/28/2023 Employees input and update their mid-year accomplishments 05/31/2023 Employees and managers meet to discuss mid-year rating and performance feedback by this date 06/01/2023 Employees may begin to document Year-end results in ePerformance 10/31/2023 Employees input your final year’s accomplishments by this date 11/30/2023 Managers provide final input and ratings and meet with employees to provide results; employees complete the ePerformance document acknowledgement process Back to top chevron-up Resources Note that you must be connected via Sandia’s internal web to see these resources. FY23 Performance Mid-Year and Year-End Timeline for REPEP Here for your “eureka” moment Grow your career with Sandia’s many learning and development opportunities. Learn More Anchor point for link block Get More Details Performance Management REPEP Overview Quick Tip Resources for represented employees Looking for your labor agreement or additional resources about your union? Start with employee and labor relations.