For context, I have been working here a month and requested access to an employee evaluation form I wasn't supposed to have access to. My skip skip level manager told my manager, and she started asking all these questions about where I got the form, etc. and was mildly freaking out.
This is the message I'm going to send to my skip skip level manager. Any feedback on how you would take it or what I should write instead would be greatly appreciated.
I hope this message finds you in good health and spirits
My name is [my name] and I am new Senior Software Engineer in your organization. My manager is [my managers name]. I am writing to let you know that I did not realize my coworkers' ratings were available in that "Senior Software Engineers'..." Google Document when I requested access. I just wanted a few details on how we were being evaluated, so I could focus my efforts towards the most important tasks. I am new to [company name] and I just want to do a good job. Again, I had no intention of seeing my coworkers' ratings, I did not realize they were present in the Document
This sprint I am ahead of deadlines, and I already passed the AWS certification weeks ahead of when it was necessary. Trying to see the evaluations' format was just part of my being proactive and trying to do a good job. And again, I did not realize my coworkers' ratings were in that document. I was just trying to do a good job
Sincerely, and thank you for your time, [my name]
P.S. I hope you have a great weekend! [company name] is a great place to work and I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute to [company name]'s codebase and products