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UCSB Starts Employee Exit Interviews.

UCSB Starts Employee Exit Interviews.

It has been this web site’s policy to promote exit interviews. We received a copy of this e-mail sent to all UCSB campus employees. We applaud this effort by University of California at Santa Barbara. We wish more public and private institutions would require this process E-mail sent to us follows: May 14, 2008 TO: Campus Community From: … Human Resources RE: Exit Interview for Separated Career Employees UCSB is committed to being an outstanding employer! In an effort to…

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Suggestions for Reforming State College and Universities.

Suggestions for Reforming State College and Universities.

Exit interviews should be required for every staff member that leaves a college or university for any reason. The Sovereign power of the state, the people, owns the company, the college and university. The Sovereign power has final decision making for performance issues. It makes sense to require this check for performance. All exit interviews should be made public. The people of the state own the college and university. One could equate the people‚Äôs interests in their institutions much like…

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University with junk yard “art”, broken “statue” and sunken boat.

University with junk yard “art”, broken “statue” and sunken boat.

Here is a profile of a state university where, allegedly, enrollment is preeminent. Overall, this university, allegedly, has a suspiciously low staff to customer ratio but this apparently does not show itself to the customer. This is remarkable as there is, allegedly no upward communication mechanisms existing on this campus except through the approved management tree. Here are some examples of missing communication opportunities: No exit interviews when exiting this institution. No ombudsman to hear complaints and resolve conflicts. No…

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