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What would you suggest University of Southern California management do to prevent people from leaving?

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Stay competitive in salary

Answered - Clinical Laboratory Supervisor/Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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Pay a wage commiserate with the public sector in LA and go beyond the standard 2% "merit increase" every July. The university loses many fine employees from their lack of equitable compensation for rank and file staff.

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Give a living wage increase, value Staff, hire managers who actually are good at managing staff, provide real training for new staff. Encourage and value a diverse staff.

Answered - Academic Advisor, Roski School of Art and Design (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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Hire more competent managers! Prevent the "bully" mentality of management! TRAIN NEW HIRES! You wouldn't throw someone in the water if they couldn't swim would you? Pay a living wage! You can build all of those buildings, but you can't increase salaries? And management should definitely be more diverse...There is a HUGE disparity in people of color in management campus wide, as well faculty. Do more to demand better treatment of employees.

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Be open to things happening that are out of the employees control.

Answered - Culinary Specialist, USC (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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