I’ve noticed how very differently HR staff and managers from the two groups treat me — which provides a diagnostic for how they treat their employees.Finally, I know what I observe and have learned from high performing companies with passionate, committed, engaged employees — think Zappos, Southwest Airlines, and Ritz Carlton — and what they do very differently than their counterparts. There are seven major reasons why employees stop caring, why they go from being an excited new hire into what Gallup describes as a ROAD Warrior — Retired on Active Duty.Today we welcome Mike Abbiatti, the executive direction of WCET and WICHE Vice President for Educational Technologies, to WCET Frontiers.Mike will discuss the term cybersecurity in higher education, why we should care about protecting privacy and data, and actions we can take to protect ourselves and our students from various data attacks.Do you wish your employees shared your commitment to your organization’s goals and success? As you undoubtedly know if you’ve been in management, HR, or OD for any length of time, employee engagement research has repeatedly shown that the majority of employees do not report being highly engaged.In other words, the majority of employees are not particularly “into” their employer, the organization’s well being, or its goals.There is certainly more interpretation of the term Cybersecurity across our enterprise.
They must plan for the relatively new investments in cyber insurance and trained staff.
In the letter, Coln claims that deputy executive director Carlos Glvez “created an environment that promotes distrust, fear of retaliation and isolation.” Both Glvez and Coln had been serving as codirectors of the institution since former executive director Jorge Daniel Veneciano announced that he was stepping down in August 2016.“Staff is threatened with the possibility of being fired, they are pitted against each other,” Coln wrote.
She also alleged that Glvez had discussed the candidates being interviewed for the executive director position with museum employees and pressured them to support the ones he favored. Whether the institution is investigating Coln’s claims and whether Glvez or Charpenel were involved in making the decision to fire her is unclear at this time.
Frank Trejo is a longtime journalist and writer, having reported on topics ranging from immigration to crime news and features.
His career has primarily been in newspapers, including 22 years at "The Dallas Morning News." Trejo also served as content developer for the University of Texas at Austin's U. Latino and Latina World War II Oral History Project (now VOCES Oral History Project).