Former VP of Human Resources at trade association and labor & employment attorney at Faegre Drinker
Gather Information: You won’t have as much information to go on when you aren’t in the office together every day, so ask other team members, customers or partners for feedback on the employee. If two people have similar responsibilities but you learn that one person is the “go to” for advice and problem-solving among their teammates, that matters. Ask who stood out so you can celebrate them, said Susan Kline, a labor and employment consultant and lawyer with Faegre Drinker in Indianapolis.
How to Manage Performance Evaluations in the Work-From-Home Era - The New York Times (nytimes.com)
[Screening should be done] in a way that maintains privacy of results and provides an exit path for anyone with a fever that does not bring that person into close contact with others.