Tuesday, October 7, 2014

"Complaints regarding job-role clarity also approximately doubled from 20 to 39 percent over the same period. The office noted that employees who reported issues about their job role had often not received revised or current job descriptions, which prompted disagreements over appropriate responsibilities. The report appears on the heels of UC Berkeley’s initiation of the Operational Excellence program. The program works to generate revenue and cut campus costs through streamlining staff, resources and services."

How to trust the $72.6 million figure-- if simple things like current job descriptions are not up to date?

see Daily Cal: Campus’ Staff Ombuds Office Releases Biennial Report

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