Understanding issues impacting the workforce
Mission Statement: To create safe spaces to shine a light on staff issues & concerns and inspire those to have their voices heard.
The Committee meets: TBD
The Work Climate Committee is responsible for:
- Understanding issues impacting the workforce (training, professional development, compensation, discrimination, generational issues, budgets, transportation issues, etc.).
- Identifying existing programs and services to improve or alleviate these issues, or recommend changes, enhancements, or establishments of programs to meet these needs.
- Facilitating the communication of programs and services to university staff.
- The committee is encouraged to seek assistance from those who possess knowledge and expertise with regard to the issue they are exploring.
The Work Climate Committee also encourages staff within the workforce to Speak up Be heard by submitting their ideas, thoughts, challenges, successes and questions about their workforce environment online.
|2019 Town Hall with President Michael Crow||Available recording of the town hall.|
|ASU Charter||More than a decade ago, ASU set forth a new and ambitious trajectory to become a comprehensive knowledge enterprise dedicated to the simultaneous pursuit of excellence, broad access to quality education, and meaningful societal impact. From that point forward, and founded on a vision for a new "gold standard", all of its energy, creativity, and manpower have been brought to bear on the design of a uniquely adaptive and transdisciplinary university committed to producing master learners.|
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|Staff Council letter to President Michael M. Crow regarding staff salaries and evaluations, and his response.|