Questions and Answers about University of Colorado

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What would you suggest University of Colorado management do to prevent others from leaving?


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Find a way to inspire staff to remain working in the methadone clinics at ARTS. The management's expectations are very unrealistic.


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Support the decisions, and block interferences by the academic side or control the issues in established decision or steering groups

Answered - Director Of Facilities Construction (Former Employee) - Pueblo, CO

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Workplace balance

Answered - RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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Be consistent, follow through with consequences, and be more aware of diversity, do not hire staff that constantly roll their eyes at it, extremely disrespectful especially when all positions require respect and awareness.

Answered - Student Staff Assistant (Current Employee) - Boulder, CO

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Salary increases to licensed tradesman compared to outside contractors. Provide advancement opportunities to qualified people. Make employees feel valued. When you loose key people it should tell you that your doing something wrong. Attempt to retain valuable employees instead of letting them go. Mangement should put aside there egos to retain people.

Answered - Tradesman (Former Employee) - Boulder, CO

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