I would reduce the compensation the doctors got and increase the support staff's wages,
Answered - Photographer (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA
Take experience over a 4 year degree
Answered - Secretary II (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA
I would stick to one procedure and go with it. They are constantly switching their procedures on how to do things. But otherwise it was an awesome play to work.
Answered - Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Iowa City, IA
I think they have it down pretty well! I would maybe offer more positions to students, it really helps them develop,
Answered - Dining Service Assistant (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA
Invest more in people/staff and less in buildings
Answered - Infection Preventionist (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA
Screen the University students more before hiring some of them aren't fit to handle the position.
Answered - Cashier 1 (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA
Improve the efficiency for the workplace
Answered - Facilities Worker (Current Employee) - Iowa City, IA
Distribute workloads more evenly. Reward the good employees so that the U of I retains good talent. Help good employees develop and achieve growth. It's amazing to me how many politics are involved in the university and how much bullying is tolerated. There are some super unprofessional people working for the University that I have no clue how they still hold positions. I should never hear how so and so doesn't get along with someone. This isn't the playground... it is work- you're PAID to collaborate and find common ground with your co-workers. Anything less should be unacceptable to the University. It drives talented people away like myself who do not want to be subjected to bullies in the workplace who run all over people because they are allowed.
Look more closely at the work loads placed on people.
Answered - Office Coordinator I, Department of Urology (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA